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James DePreist papers

Ms. Coll. 640

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
DePreist, James, 1936 -
Title:
James DePreist papers
Date [bulk]:
1958-2013
Date [inclusive]:
1869-2014
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 640
Extent:
130 boxes (+ 2 map drawer folders)
Language:
English
Abstract:
James DePreist (1936-2013) was an African-American conductor of international renown. This collection primarily documents James DePreist's conducting career, with a focus on the 1980s and 1990s with the Oregon Symphony, including organizational records, concert programs, press coverage, scores, and recordings.
Cite as:
James DePreist papers, circa 1914-2004 (bulk 1958-2004), Ms. Coll. 640, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

James DePreist was born in Philadelphia on November 21, 1936. At the age of six, his father died, leaving him in the care of his mother, Ethel DePreist, and his aunt, the legendary contralto Marian Anderson. He earned the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Economics and Master of Arts in Communication from the University of Pennsylvania, with plans to go to law school. He had an avocational interest in music and he performed jazz while a student at the University. His award-winning jazz quintet appeared on national TV, and he established the first National Jazz Fraternity at the University of Pennsylvania. He also studied composition with Vincent Persichetti at the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music and composed several ballets. In 1962 DePreist traveled in the Middle East and Asia on behalf of the State Department as an American Specialist in Music. His tour of Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Egypt and Lebanon was so successful that he was invited to return the following year. It was during this 1962 tour that he realized that he wanted to devote his life to conducting. He contracted polio in Bangkok and was forced to return to the United States for physical therapy. While in the hospital, he continued his study of the orchestral repertoire in the hope that he would be able to conduct again. Six months later, walking with the aid of crutches and braces, he entered the 1963 Dimitri Mitropoulos International Music Competition for Conductors. The following year he entered the competition again and won first prize. He was selected by Leonard Bernstein to be an assistant conductor of the New York Philharmonic for the 1965-66 season, becoming the first American Mitropoulos winner to serve as Bernstein’s assistant.

In 1967 DePreist moved to Holland, where he lived for three years. He made a successful European debut in 1969 with the Rotterdam Philharmonic. Following this success, he received many offers to guest-conduct in Europe and in North America, including several appearances with the Stockholm Philharmonic, which brought him rave reviews. During that same year he was awarded a Martha Baird Rockefeller grant.

DePreist became an associate conductor under Antal Dorati at the National Symphony in Washington, D.C. in 1971. He remained there until 1975, and the following year he accepted his first position at the level of music director with the Orchestre symphonique de Quebec, Canada’s oldest symphony orchestra. He was excited by the challenge of selecting his own repertoire and personally shaping an orchestra. He remained as music director until 1983, continuing to guest-conduct orchestras in Helsinki, Stockholm, Israel, and Toronto.

DePreist was named music director of the Oregon Symphony in 1980. He demonstrated that he was fully committed to transforming the Oregon Symphony into an orchestra of national prominence. Beyond his guidance as a conductor, he dedicated himself to the community of Portland. He was involved in fund-raising activities and added his influence to the effort to build a new performance venue, the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, he programmed a variety of contemporary works along with the standard orchestral repertoire and expanded the orchestra’s audience. He also made a series of recordings for Delos and Koch. Ovation critic Paul Turok wrote of Bravura, his first recording: “In less than a decade, James DePreist has built an orchestra of regional significance into one worthy of national, and perhaps even international, attention.” DePreist remained with the Oregon Symphony for twenty-four years. Although his final season was scheduled to be 2004-2005, he stepped down a year earlier to facilitate the search for a new conductor.

DePreist continued to be highly in demand, not only as a guest conductor, but also as a music director. He became principal conductor of the Malmo Symphony in Stockholm, Sweden from 1991 until 1994. During this period he recorded extensively for BIS with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and the Malmo Symphony. He also made a series of internationally acclaimed recordings of the Shostakovich symphonies with the Helsinki Philharmonic. His recording of the two Shostakovich cello concertos with soloist Torleif Thedeen and the Malmo Symphony won a 1995 Cannes Classical Music Award.

In 1994 DePreist became the musical director of the Orchestre philharmonique de Monte-Carlo in Monaco. He remained at this post until 1998, while continuing with his directorship of the Oregon Symphony and his many appearances as a guest conductor. Among these was his debut with the Boston Symphony in 1997, which led to a second invitation to conduct at the 1998 Tanglewood Music Festival. Additional summer festival appearances included the Aspen Music Festival, Wolf Trap, the Mann Music Center in Philadelphia, and subsequent concerts at Tanglewood in 1999 and 2000. He made successful appearances with other major orchestras, such as the New York Philharmonic and the Philadelphia, Chicago, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh symphony orchestras. In addition, he conducted the Baltimore Symphony, the Detroit Symphony, the Houston Symphony, the Juilliard Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Atlanta Symphony and the National Symphony, among others. DePreist also had an extensive list of international appearances. These include engagements with the Sydney and Melbourne orchestras in Australia, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in England, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna Tonkunstler Orchestra, the Tokyo Metropolitan Orchestra, the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestre de chambre de Lausanne in France, and the Utrecht Symphony Orchestra. Following his retirement from the Oregon Symphony, he taught at Juilliard for eight years, during which time he also conducted the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.

DePreist authored two books of poetry, This Precipice Garden, and  The Distant Siren. He also wrote many articles for newspapers and magazines and frequently appeared as a public speaker. He was awarded fifteen honorary doctorates and was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1992. He was also a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music.

DePreist died on February 8, 2013, in Scottsdale, Arizona, at the age of 76. He was survived by his wife Ginette DePreist and two daughters, Tracy and Jennifer, from his first marriage to Betty Childress.

Scope and Contents

The collection of James DePreist’s papers offers a variety of documents and memorabilia. The documents, like the life of a busy conductor, cover a broad range: contracts from all over the world, correspondence and promotional material in a variety of languages (including French, Dutch, Swedish, Spanish, and Japanese), over three hundred photographs spanning eight decades, and a large collection of programs and concert reviews. In addition, the collection contains many oversize objects, including scores, awards, commemorative objects and memorabilia.

The DePreist papers include many recordings of DePreist (in the form of record albums, audio cassettes, digital audio tapes, minidiscs, camcorder tapes, cds, vhs tapes and reel to reel recordings). The original media is restricted, but can be reformatted for research use (please see Conditions Governing Access note). Recordings received from DePreist of other classical and popular artists that were not inscribed have been removed from the collection; a 2007 separation list following the series description lists those recordings, as one indicator of DePreist’s musical interests. Many of the scores in the collection are annotated and his writings illustrate his ability to express ideas and convey emotions. Some highlights include his poems and the 1980 interview he gave upon his appointment as the music director of the Oregon Symphony. Other writings of interest are his essay "The Tour," which describes his 1962 tour of Asia and bout with polio.

The series of documents concerning orchestras that he guest-conducted shows the breadth of his professional travel and the international array of orchestras that he conducted. The collection of programs is also representative of many countries, highlighting an international career. In the series containing documents from the Orchestre philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, some of the correspondence provides glimpses into the unique difficulties of being a music director in a monarchical society. Also this series shows DePreist’s grasp of the French language in his communication with Rene Croesi, the orchestra’s head administrator.

The collection of documents on the Oregon Symphony provide a significant portrayal of the great effort and commitment DePreist expended on the orchestra’s behalf. In particular, his notes and lists regarding programming reveal some of the demanding aspects of the Music Director’s job, as do newspaper articles he wrote during the Oregon Symphony’s fiscal crisis.

Although there are relatively few memorabilia or documents from Mr. DePreist’s youth, a drawing in the postage stamp album is of interest, as are his early writing on jazz and the few photographs from his childhood and student days. Early photographs and memorabilia of Ethel DePreist and Marian Anderson, a few photographs of James DePreist with his jazz combo during his college years, and of a radio interview in Bangkok of few years later may be found in the photograph albums.

James DePreist’s "Aunt Marian" was a formative influence. While the collection does not include a large amount of material connected with Anderson, she has a presence throughout, appearing in photographs, recordings, and memorabilia. The collection also includes the forward James DePreist wrote for her autobiography and clippings about her that he saved.

There is relatively little information about the 1970s. DePreist was an associate conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra from 1971 to 1975 before taking the position of music director of the Orchestre symphonique de Quebec in 1976, but there is little, if anything, about his experience as an apprentice under Antal Dorati (although there is a 1986 letter from Antal Dorati in the correspondence). Additionally, there is relatively little information about his first principal conducting position in Quebec. There is a corresponding weakness in the "Programs" series, with few programs from his concerts in Quebec. The file on the Orchestre symphonique de Quebec in the guest conducting series, which contains materials from later guest appearances with this orchestra, contains two brief documents referring to his earlier departure.

The collection highlights his career during the 1980s and 1990s. His professional activities during this time are revealed through numerous orchestra contracts, a large portion of the photography collection is devoted to this era, and many of the awards in the collection are from these two decades. The scope of the collection from this period affords access into the process of running an orchestra and into the role of music director. The material in the collection documents James DePreist’s contributions, both in the United States and abroad.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2007; 2016

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Sally Livingston, Mary Margaret Romero, Amey A. Hutchins, and Holly Mengel

Access Restrictions

The bulk of this collection is open for research use; however, access to original audio/visual materials and computer files (located in Series XVII. Recordings) is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

In addition, student records contained in Series XX. Teaching (Box 75, Folders 3-4) are also restricted. Researchers interested in these files should contact the Rare Book & Manuscript Library (rbml@pobox.upenn.edu).

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Gift of James DePreist, 2001-2005; gift of Ginette DePreist, 2015.

Processing Information note

The original gift from James DePreist consisted of 64 boxes of material. In 2015, James DePreist's widow, Ginette DePreist, gifted additional material to the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. Materials from the 2016 gifts can be found in boxes 65 to 125.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Oregon Symphony.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Audiovisual materials
  • Concert programs
  • Correspondence
  • Manuscripts, American--20th century
  • Memorabilia
  • Photographs
  • Writings (document genre)
Personal Name(s)
  • Anderson, Marian, 1897-1993
Subject(s)
  • African American conductors (Music)
  • Conductors (Music)--United States
  • Music

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Collection Inventory

I. Correspondence.

A. Correspondence to and from James DePreist.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent, with items of incoming and outgoing correspondence are interfiled, followed by letters and telegrams from family and greeting cards.

Box Folder

Alexander, Raymond Pace - Wolfram, Annette and William.

1 1-54

Aribaud, Jean - Zotian, Susan G., 1989-2011.

123 1-2

Unidentified Correspondence.

1 55-57

Letter/Telegrams from Family.

1 58

Greeting Cards.

1 59-60

AOL address book (print-out), circa 2007.

123 3

B. Correspondence between James DePreist and Ethel DePreist, 1958-1988.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Box Folder

1958-September 1962.

1 61-64

October 1962-1988.

2 65-72

C. Correspondence to and from Ethel DePreist; Memorabilia.

Description & Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Items of incoming and outgoing correspondence are interfiled. Followed by a small collection of Ethel DePreist’s choral music, financial documents, and memorabilia, including wedding invitations, greeting cards, and obituaries.

Box Folder

Correspondence (DePreist, Betty - Witwer, Albert M.).

2 73-82

Published Vocal Music.

2 83-84

Financial Records.

2 85

Wedding Invitation; Greeting Cards; Obituaries for Ethel DePreist and Letters of Condolence to James DePreist.

2 86

II. Writings.

A. Poetry.

Description & Arrangement

Dated poems are arranged chronologically, followed by undated poetry, including a composition book of sketches and finished poems. Proofs of A Distant Siren, published in 1989.

Box Folder

Manuscript poems, 1977, undated.

123 4

Manuscript poems, 1979-1995.

2 87-90

Manuscript poems, undated.

3 91-92

Published poems, The Distant Siren, 1989.

123 5

Unattributed poems, probably by DePreist, typescripts, undated.

123 6

Invitation to Reception for This Precipice Garden; Proofs of  A Distant Siren, 1987-1989.

3 93

B. Prose.

Description

Primarily commencement addresses, letters to the editor, and biographical profiles. Also includes DePreist’s foreword to Marian Anderson’s autobiography, My Lord, What a Morning; his essay  "The Tour," which describes his 1962 tour to Asia and bout with polio; and a 1980 interview at the time of his appointment as music director of the Oregon Symphony, found in the folder of biographical materials.

Box Folder

Early writings (jazz and "The Tour" ), 1950s-1962.

3 94

Speeches/Commencement Addresses, 1983-2000.

3 95-98

Speech, Portland State University, commencement address, 2003 June 14.

123 8

Letters to the Editor/Opinion Pieces, 1987-1996.

3 99

Foreword to My Lord, What a Morning, 2001.

3 100

Manuscript Drafts of Essays and a Short Story.

3 101-102

Biographical profiles.

3 103

Biographical profiles, circa 2003.

123 7

C. Musical Compositions.

Description

One signed original composition dated 1986 and two copyright certificates for songs dated 1956.

Box Folder

Theme #2, Autographed by DePreist and Norman Leyden, 1986.

3 104

Copyright Certificates for Two Songs, 1956.

3 105

D. Prayers.

Box Folder

Prayers hand-written on scraps of papers, circa 1990s-2013.

123 9-12

III. Calendars and Address Books.

Series Description

Unbound planner pages for 1987-1989, 1993 and 1995, including some miscellaneous notes; small date books for 1982-2002 belonging to both James and Ginette DePreist, which contain appointments, rehearsal schedules, and tour dates; and two address books.

Box Folder

Planner pages, 1987-1989, 1993, 1994.

3 106-108

Planner pages, 1987-1990.

123 13

Planner pages, 1990-1996.

124 1

Planner pages, 1997-2000.

124 2

Planner pages, 2001-2010.

124 3
Calendars of James and Ginette DePreist.
Contents

* 21 small volumes

* 2 address books

4

IV. Oregon Symphony.

A. Programs and Magazines, 1980-2003.

Description

Includes Podium, the Oregon Symphony’s 90th anniversary magazine, and programs and magazines from the Symphony’s Centennial Season in 1995-1996.

Box Folder

1980-1984.

4 109-112

1984-2003.

5 113-130

B. Administrative Records.

Description & Arrangement

General topics arranged alphabetically by subject, followed by files of season records, arranged chronologically. Includes a list of repertoire conducted between 1980 and 1990, the vocal and instrumental audition lists, guest conductor evaluations (1981-1990), and performance notes. The collection of documents arranged by season encompasses the 1980-1981 through 2001-2002 seasons. The documents for the 1995-1996 season include planning for the symphony’s centennial anniversary.

Box Folder

Administration.

6 131

Auditions (instrumental).

6 132

Auditions (vocal).

6 133

Contracts, circa 1982-2002.

124 5

Correspondence, circa 1982-2002.

124 5

Guest Conductor Evaluations, 1981-1990.

6 134

Performance Notes.

6 135

Programming.

6 136

Promotion.

6 137

Recording/CD Reviews.

6 138

Repertoire Conducted, 1980-1990.

6 139

Social Events/Contacts.

6 140

1980-1987 Seasons.

6 141-148
1987-2002 Seasons.
Description

Includes marketing and subscriber surveys, Centennial season planning, Family Day, and strategic plan.

7 149-166

Recording program, correspondence and notes, 2000-2002.

63

Recording programs, 2000-2002.

124 4

Score alternatives and corrections, 1982-2002.

63 5

V. Orchestras - Principal Conductor/Music Director.

A. Malmo symfoniorkester, 1978-1992.

Description

Contracts and a folder on programming.

Box Folder

Contracts, 1978-1992.

8 167

Programming.

8 168

B. Orchestre philharmonique de Monte-Carlo.

Description

Includes related correspondence on programming and tours, financial statements, and reviews.

Box Folder

Administration; programming; tours; correspondence.

8 169-178

Contracts.

8 179

Contracts, circa 1992-1998.

125 1

Correspondence, circa 1992-1998.

125 2

Financial Documents.

8 180

Letters to and from Prince Rainier and Princess Caroline of Monaco, 1994-1997.

125 2

Press, circa 1992-1998.

125 1

Publicity.

8 181

C. Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.

Box Folder

Agreements and schedules, 1994-2009.

125 3

Correspondence, 2003-2007.

125 4

Programs, press, and reviews, 2004-2009.

125 5

Travel documents, including visa, airline information, and hotel information, 2003-2009.

125 6

VI. Orchestras - Guest Conductor.

Series Description

Folders are arranged alphabetically by orchestra’s authority heading, which for an international orchestra is often in the local language. Contracts, tour itineraries, and related correspondence. Materials from early in DePreist’s career appear in the folders for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Minnesota Orchestra, and Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest. A long guest-conducting relationship with the Helsingin kaupunginorkesteri is well documented.

Box Folder

American Symphony Orchestra - Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.

9 182-214

Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra - Waterloo Festival Orchestra.

10 215-255

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Pasadena Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, and Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, 1991-2011.

125 7-16

VII. Concert Management Agencies.

Series Description

Includes contracts, recording agreements, financial statements and other related correspondence. Folders are arranged alphabetically by agency.

Box Folder

Classical Artists International, letter, 1987 June 17.

125 17

Fazer, 2005.

125 17

Ibbs and Tillett, 1988-1989.

11 256

Ibbs and Tillett, 1987.

125 17

ICM Artists, Ltd., 1976-2002.

11 257

ICM Artists, Ltd., 2001-2007.

125 18

Kajimoto Concert Management Co., Ltd, 1997-2008.

125 19

KonsertBolaget, 1969-1996.

11 258-259

Naxos Rights International Limited, 2006.

125 20

New Wave Entertainment, 2003.

125 20

Opus 3 Artists, 2007-2011.

125 21

Phonographic Performance Limited, 2009.

125 20

Schofer/Gold/Lomaro, 1987-1996.

11 260

Transart, 1991-1996.

11 261

VIII. Financial Records.

A. James DePreist, 1957-1998.

Description & Arrangement

Hotel and travel receipts; financial statements, including statements of earnings and notes on budgeting. Arranged first by type of document and then chronologically.

Box Folder

Hotel/Travel Receipts, 1970-1997.

11 262-272

Insurance, 1994-1998.

11 273-274

Mortgages, leases, and property information, 1996-2011.

65 1

Professional expenses and payment for conducting, 2003-2009.

65 2

Personal expenses (household expenses, estate planning, insurance, etc,), 2001-2010.

65 3

Recordings (includes a few reviews and correspondence), 2001-2013.

65 4

Statutory bargain and sale deed, 1993.

65 5

Tax documents, 1991-2014.

65 6

Travel documents, 1985-2007.

65 7

Miscellaneous Receipts, 1957-1996.

11 280

Miscellaneous Financial Documents, 1991-1996.

11 275-279

B. Royalty Statements for Marian Anderson, 1994-2003.

Box Folder

1994 March 1-2003 August 31.

12 281-290

1998, 2000, 2003, 2005.

65 8

2006-2012.

65 9

Permission releases for using images and recordings, 1988-2012.

65 10

IX. Programs.

A. Single-Concert Booklets, 1956-2003.

Description

Programs for James DePreist’s conducting engagements, excluding performances with the Oregon Symphony.

Box Folder

1956-1971.

12 291-296

1956-1971.

65 11

1971-1985.

13 297-304

1971-1985.

65 11

1985-1989.

14 305-314

1985-1989.

65 11

1989-1992.

15 315-323

1989-1992.

65 11

1992-1995.

16 324-331

1992-1995.

65 11

1995-1996.

65 11

1995-1998.

17 332-337

1998-1999.

66 1

1999-2003.

18 338-345

2000.

66 2

2001.

66 3

2002.

66 4

2003.

66 5

2004.

66 6

2004.

67 1

2005.

67 2-6

2005.

68 1

2006.

68 2-3

2007.

68 4-5

2008.

69 1-2

2009.

69 3

2010.

69 4-5

2011.

69 6

2012-2013.

69 7

B. Bound Volumes, 1972-1973, 1995-2001.

Description

Programs for the 1972-1973 season of the National Symphony Orchestra and the 1995-1996 through 2000-2001 seasons of the Oregon Symphony.

Box Folder

National Symphony Orchestra, 1972 October-1973 September.

19

Oregon Symphony, 1977-1982.

102 6-10

Oregon Symphony, 1982-1991.

103 1-9

Oregon Symphony, 1991-1992.

104 1

Oregon Symphony, 1994-1995.

104 2

Oregon Symphony, 1995-1996.

20

Oregon Symphony, 1996-1997.

21

Oregon Symphony, 1997-1998.

22

Oregon Symphony, 1998-1999.

23

Oregon Symphony, 1999-2000.

24

Oregon Symphony, 2000-2001.

25

X. Professional Activities.

A. Promotional Materials, Tours, Conferences and Related Material, 1954-1999.

Description & Arrangement

Undated material, including letters of recommendation and performance notes, is at the end of the subseries.

Box Folder

1954-1988.

26 346-351

NY Philharmonic Music Assistance Fund-First National Conference: Black Americans in Symphony Orchestras, September 16-18, 1988.

26 352

Cultural Exchange-Juilliard/Moscow State Conservatory, 1989.

26 353

Survey: Participation of Blacks in Symphony Orchestras, 1990.

26 354

Letters of Recommendation; Discography: Undated Material, 1990-1999.

26 355-357

Promotional Material, 1962-1994.

26 358-359

Miscellaneous Performance Notes.

26 360

B. Scores.

Arrangement

Arranged in alphabetical order by composer. Additional scores in Series XIX, Oversize.

Box Folder

Adams, John, Fearful Symmetries, Boosey and Hawkes, circa 1988.

90 1

Adams, John, Harmonielehre, for orchestra, Associated Music Publishers, Inc. (annotated), 1985.

90 2

Adams, John, Harmonium, for chorus and orchestra, Associated Music Publishers, Inc. (annotated), 1984.

90 2

Adams, John, Slonimsky's Earbox, Boosey & Hawkes (annotated), circa 1997.

105 1

Adolphe, Bruce, Let Freedom Sing: the Story of Marian Anderson, Learning Maestros, 2008.

90 3

Atterberg, Kurt, Konzert a-Moll, for horn and orchestra, Edition Breitkopf, circa 1928.

90 4

Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms, piano concertos of, edited and devised by Albert E. Weir, 1973.

90 5

Bach, J.S. Sheep May Safely Graze, orchestrated by Lucien Cailliet, Boosey and Hawkes, 1946.

90 6

Bach, J.S. Toccata in C Minor, transcribed for large orchestra by Eugene Ormandy (photocopied manuscript and parts), undated.

90 7-8

Bach, J.S. Toccata in C Major, transcribed for large orchestra by Eugene Ormandy, undated.

112 4

Barber, Samuel Antony and Cleopatra, two scenes, G. Schirmer, Inc. (annotated), 1968.

90 9

Barber, Samuel Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Opus 14, G. Schirmer, Inc. (annotated), 1949.

90 9

Barber, Samuel First Symphony (in one movement), G. Schirmer (annotated), 1998.

109 1

Barber, Samuel Medea's Dance of Vengeance, Opus 23-A, G. Schirmer, Inc. (annotated), 1956.

90 9

Barber, Samuel Piano Concerto, Opus 38, G. Schirmer, Inc. (annotated), 1962.

90 10

Barber, Samuel Symphony No. 1, Opus 32, G. Schirmer, Inc. (annotated), 1943.

90 10

Bartók, Béla Bluebeard's Castle, Universal Edition (two versions) (annotated), 1952, 1963.

90 11

Bartók, Béla Concerto for Orchestra, Boosey & Hawkes (annotated), 1946.

90 12

Bartók, Béla Concerto for Orchestra, Boosey & Hawkes (two versions) (annotated), 1946.

90 12

Bartók, Béla Divertimento, Boosey & Hawkes pocket scores, 1940.

90 13

Bartók, Béla II. Konzert, for piano and orchestra, Universal Edition (annotated), 1932.

90 13

Bartók, Béla Music for String instruments, percussion, and celesta, Boosey & Hawkes pocket scores (annotated), 1939.

90 13

Bartók, Béla Violin Concerto No. 1, Boosey & Hawkes pocket scores (annotated), 1959.

90 14

Bartók, Béla Violin Concerto No. 2, Boosey & Hawkes (annotated), 1946.

90 14

Bartók, Béla The Wonderful Mandarin, Opus 19, Philharmonia Scores (lightly annotated), circa 1955.

90 15

Beethoven, Ludwig van Chamber Music of Beethoven, edited and devised by Albert E. Weir (lightly annotated), circa 1940.

90 16

Beethoven, Ludwig van Concerto for Piano, Violin and Violoncello, Opus 56, Edition Eulenburg (lightly annotated), undated.

90 17

Beethoven, Ludwig van Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, No. 1, Opus 15, Breitkopf & Härtel, undated.

90 17

Beethoven, Ludwig van Leonore No. 3, Opus 72a, Edition Eulenburg, circa 1936.

91 1

Beethoven, Ludwig van Coriolan, Opus 62, G.H. Verlag, 1974.

91 1

Beethoven, Ludwig van Piano Concerto No. 1, Opus 15, Edition Eulenburg, circa 1934.

91 1

Beethoven, Ludwig van Piano Concerto Nos. 2-5, Edition Eulenburg, circa 1933-1934.

91 2

Beethoven, Ludwig van Prometheus, Opus 43, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

91 2

Beethoven, Ludwig van Symphony No. 1 in C major, Opus 21, two versions: Kalmus and Hawkes Pocket Scores (annotated) [letter laid into Kalmus edition], undated.

91 3

Beethoven, Ludwig van Symphony No. 2 in d major, Opus 36, Hawkes Pocket Scores (annotated), undated.

91 3

Beethoven, Ludwig van Symphony No. 3, "Eroica" in e-flat major, Opus 55, two versions: Kalmus miniature scores and Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

91 3

Beethoven, Ludwig van Symphony No. 4, in b-flat major, Opus 60, two versions: Edition Eulenburg (annotated) and Hawkes Pocket Scores (annotated), circa 1938, undated.

91 4

Beethoven, Ludwig van Symphony No. 5, in c minor, Opus 67, two versions: Edition Eulenburg (annotated) and Kalmus Miniature Scores, undated.

91 4

Beethoven, Ludwig van Symphony No. 6, in F major, "Pastorale," Opus 68, Bärenreiter, 1998.

91 5

Beethoven, Ludwig van Symphony No. 7, in A major, Opus 92, Kalmus Miniature Scores, undated.

91 5

Beethoven, Ludwig van Symphony No. 8, in F major, Opus 93, two versions: Kalmus Miniature Scores and Hawkes Pocket Scores (annotated), undated.

91 5

Beethoven, Ludwig van Symphony No. 9, in D minor, Opus 125, two versions: Kalmus Miniature Scores and Partitur Bibliothek (annotated), 1977, undated.

91 6

Beethoven, Ludwig van Nine Symphonies of Beethoven in Score, edited and devised by Albert E. Wier, 1935.

91 7

Beethoven, Ludwig van Violin Concerto in D major, Opus 61, two versions: Edition Eulenburg (lightly annotated) and Breitkopf and Härtel, part for piano concerto only, circa 1935, undated.

91 8

Bennett, Richard Rodney Partita, 1995.

105 2

Berlioz, Hector Complete Works, Volume VI, Kalmus, undated.

91 9

Berlioz, Hector Harold in Italy, Opus 16, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

91 9

Berlioz, Hector Requiem: Grande Messe des Morts, Opus 5, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

91 10

Berlioz, Hector Roman Carnival, Opus 9, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), circa 1929.

91 10

Berlioz, Hector Romeo and Juliet, "Love Scene," Opus 17, Kalmus and photocopies (annotated), undated.

91 10

Berlioz, Hector Symphonie fantastique, Opus 14, Bärenreiter (annotated) and Edition Eulenburg (annotated), 1972, undated.

91 11

Bernstein, Leonard Candide, overture, G. Schirmer's Edition of Scores (annotated), circa 1957.

91 12

Bernstein, Leonard Jeremiah, Symphony No. 1, Boosey & Hawkes, 1992.

91 12

Bernstein, Leonard Serenade for Solo Violin, String Orchestra, Harp, and Percussion, G. Schirmer's Edition of Study Scores (annotated), circa 1954.

91 13

Bernstein, Leonard Symphony No. 1 "Jeremiah", Warner Bros. (annotated), 1943.

109 2

Bernstein, Leonard West Side Story, Symphonic Dances, Revised edition, Boosey and Hawkes, 1993.

91 13

Berwald, Franz Sinfonie Singuliére, Wilhelm Hansen edition pocket score (annotated), undated.

91 14

Blackwood, Easley Fifth Symphony, Opus 34, photocopy (annotated), contains program notes and notations of corrections, 1990.

91 14

Bloch, Ernest Solomon, two versions: Kalmus (annotated) and G. Schirmer's Edition of Study Scores (annotated), undated.

91 15

Börtz, Daniel Sinfonia 1, Carl Hehrmans Musikförlag (annotated), 1973.

105 3

Brahms, Johannes Concerto for Violin and Violoncello in A minor, Opus 102, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

92 1

Brahms, Johannes Concerto for Violon in D major, Opus 77, Heugel & Cie (annotated), undated.

92 1

Brahms, Johannes German Requiem, Dover Orchestral Scores (annotated), 1987.

92 2

Brahms, Johannes Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor, Opus 15, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

92 3

Brahms, Johannes Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Opus 83, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

92 3

Brahms, Johannes Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Opus 68, Boosey and Hawkes (annotated), undated.

92 4

Brahms, Johannes Symphony No. 2 in D major, Opus 73, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

92 4

Brahms, Johannes Symphony No. 3 in F major, Opus 90, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

92 4

Brahms, Johannes Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Opus 98, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), circa 1927.

92 4

Brahms, Johannes Complete Symphonies in Full Orchestra Score, edited by Hans Gàl, 1974.

92 5

Britten, Benjamin Sinfonia da Requiem, Opus 20, Boosey & Hawkes pocket scores, 1942.

92 6

Brubeck, Christopher Convergence, Concerto for Pops Orchestra, circa 2001.

105 4

Bruch, Max Violin Concerto in G minor, Opus 26, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

92 6

Bruckner, Anton Symphony No. 4 in E-flat major, Musikvissenschaftlicher Verlag (annotated), 1953.

92 8

Bruckner, Anton Symphony No. 2 in C minor, two versions: Kalmus Miniature Scores (annotated) and Brucknerverlag Wiesbaden, 1938,undated.

92 7

Bruckner, Anton Symphony No. 7 in E major, two versions: Kalmus (annotated) and Edition Eulenburg (annotated), circa 1944, 1958.

92

Bruckner, Anton Symphony No. 8 in C minor, Musikvissenschaftlicher Verlag, 1955.

92 10

Bryars, Gavin Cello Concerto "Farewell to Philosophy", Schott study score, 1995.

92 11

Chabrier, Emmanuel España, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

92 11

Chopin, Frédéric Concerto No. 2 in F minor for Piano and Orchestra, Opus 21, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), circa 1957.

92 11

Chopin, Frédéric Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, Opus 11, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

92 12

Colgrass, Michael Déjà Vu for percussion quartet and orchestra, Carl Fischer, 1979.

92 12

Colgrass, Michael Letter from Mozart for Orchestra, Carl Fischer (annotated), 1985.

92 13

Colgrass, Michael Schubert Birds, Colgrass Music Co., 1989.

105 5

Colgrass, Michael Snow Walker for Organ and Orchestra, Carl Fischer, 1990.

92 13

Copland, Aaron Lincoln Portrait, for speaker and orchestra, Boosey & Hawkes Pocket Scores (annotated), undated.

92 14

Corigliano, John Symphony No. 1 "Jeremiah", G. Schirmer (annotated), 1999.

109 3

Cornelius, Peter Der Barbier von Bagdad, overture, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

92 14

Cosby Show Theme Music, Werner-Carsey Music, 1986.

109 4

Cowell, Henry Persian Set, overture, Edition Peters, 1958.

92 14

Curry, William Henry Eulogy for a Dream, photocopy, Worfield version (includes a CD [RESTRICTED]), circa 2001.

92 15

Dan, Ikuma Silk Road, Ongaku No Tomo Edition, 1962.

92 15

Danielpour, Richard An American Requiem, Associated Music Publisher, Inc., 2002.

105 7

Danielpour, Richard Pastime for Baritone and Orchestra, Associated Music Publisher, Inc., 2006.

105 8

Danielpour, Richard Rocking the Cradle, Associated Music Publisher, Inc., 2007.

106 1

Danielpour, Richard Toward the Splendid City, Associated Music Publishers, Inc., 2004.

92 15

Daugherty, Michael, Hell's Angels, Peer Music (annotated), 2001.

109 5

Daugherty, Michael, Philadelphia Stories, Peer Music, 2001.

109 6

Debussy, Claude La Mer, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

92 16

Debussy, Claude Nocturnes, Société des Éditions Jobert, 1930.

92 16

Debussy, Claude Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

92 16

De Falla, Manuel Nuits dans les Jardins d'Espagne, Editions Max Eschig (annotated), 1923.

92 17

Delius, Frederick The Walk to Paradise Garden, intermezzo from "A Village Romeo and Juliet," arranged for orchestra by Sir Thomas Beecham, Boosey & Hawkes, 1940.

92 17

De Ponte, Niel - Do You Hear the Bells of Freedom?.

27 361

D'Indy, Vincent Souvenirs, A. Durand & Fils (photocopy), 1907.

92 17

Dorati, Antal Night Music, Chester Music, 1974.

92 18

Drew, James, West Indian Lights, Theodore Presser Company, 1973.

128 1

Durant, Sylvia Martin Luther King, 3 copies, 2003.

92 18

Dvořák, Antonin Cello Concerto in B minor, Opus 104, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), circa 1946.

92 19

Dvořák, Antonin Symphony No. 1 in C minor (annotated), 1961.

92 20

Dvořák, Antonin Symphonies Nos. 9 and 10, "New World", Dover (annotated), 1984.

93 1

Dvořák, Antonin Violin Concerto, Opus 53, Krásné Literatury, Hudby a Umení (annotated), 1955.

93 2

Dzubay, David Awakening.

27 362

Dzubay, David Clarinet Concerto, Pro Nova Music, 2004.

93 2

Dzubay, David Ra!, Pro Nova Music, 1997.

93 2

Dzubay, David Siren Song, Pro Nova Music (annotated), 1993.

106 10

Dzubay, David Snake Alley, Norruth Music, Inc., 1989.

106 2

Dzubay, David Snake Alley, Norruth Music, Inc.

106 3

Dzubay, David Tantalus, Threnody; Grenier, R.  Dieu d’amour.

27 363

Elgar, Edward Enigma Variations, Opus 36, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

93 3

Elgar, Edward Violin Concerto, Opus 61, Novello, circa 1938.

93 3

Enesco, Georges Second Roumanian Rhapsody, Opus 11, Kalmus Miniature Scores, undated.

93 3

Errata, circa 1988-1993.

70 1-3

Errata, circa 1993-2001.

1 5

Fauré, Gabriel Pelléas et Mélisande, Opus 80, Hamelle et Cie (annotated), undated.

93 4

Fauré, Gabriel Requiem, Opus 48, Hamelle et Cie, undated.

102 5

Fetler, Paul Contrasts for Orchestra, American Music Edition (annotated), circa 1965.

93 4

Flagello, Nicolas Capriccio for Violoncello and Orchestra, General Music Publishing, Inc. (annotated), 1964.

93 4

Foote, Arthur Suite in E major, Opus 63, Arthur P. Schmidt Co, Inc., undated.

93 5

Franck, César Le Chasseur maudit, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

93 5

Fuchs, Kenneth Eventide, 2003.

93 5

Gershwin, George An American in Paris, W.B. Music Corp., 1929.

105 6

Gershwin, George Lullaby, orchestrated and edited by José Serebrier, Warner Brothers, 2002.

93 6

Gershwin, George Three Preludes, orchestrated and edited by José Serebrier, Warner Brothers, 2002.

93 6

Glière, R. Ilya Muromets, Opus 42/1, Kalmus, undated.

93 6

Glière, R. Ilya Muromets, Opus 42/2-4, Kalmus, undated.

93 7

Gluck, C. Alceste, overture, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

93 8

Gould, Martin Stringmusic, G. Schirmer, Inc. (inscribed by Gould), 1995.

93 8

Grieg, Edvard Piano Concerto in A minor, Opus 16, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

93 8

Grøndahl, Launy Koncert for Trombone og Orkester, Samfundet Til Udgivelse af Dansk Musik, 1984.

93 8

Grøndahl, Launy Koncert for Trombone og Orkester (annotated), 1981.

109 7

Hamel, H. Souvenances, photocopy, Benoit Beaudet, undated.

93 9

Handel, G.F. Messiah, edited by Watkins Shaw, Novello (annotated), 1965.

93 9

Handel, G.F. Messiah, edited by Watkins Shaw, Novello (annotated).

93

Harris, Roy Third Symphony in One Movement, G. Schirmer, Inc., 1940.

93 10

Haydn, Joseph The Creation, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), circa 1925.

93 10

Haydn, Joseph Piano Concerto in D major, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

93 11

Haydn, Joseph Seven Words of Jesus Christ, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

93 11

Haydn, Joseph Symphony No. 78 in C minor, Universal Edition, 1965.

93 11

Haydn, Joseph Symphony No. 88 in G major, Universal Edition (annotated), 1964.

93 11

Haydn, Joseph Symphony No. 98 in G major, Universal Edition (annotated), 1965.

93 11

Haydn, Joseph Symphony No. 99 in E-flat major, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), circa 1935.

93 11

Haydn, Joseph Werke IV, Die Sieben Worte, G. Henle Verlag München-Duisburg, 1959.

93 12

Hindemith, Paul Konzertmusik für Streichorchester und Blechbläser, Edition Schott, 1959.

93 13

Hindemith, Paul Nobilissima Visione, Edition Schott (annotated), 1940.

93 13

Hindemith, Paul Symphonie in Es, Edition Schott (annotated), 1943.

93 13

Hindemith, Paul Symphonie Mathis der Maler, Edition Schott (annotated), 1934.

93 13

Hindemith, Paul Sinfonische Metamorphosen, Edition Schott (annotated), 1945.

93 13

Holman, Bill Stella by Starlight, manuscript, undated.

106 4

Holman, Bill Yesterdays, manuscript, undated.

106 4

Holst, Gustav The Planets, Kalmus (annotated), 1997.

93 14

Hosokawa, Toshio Ferne-Landschaft II, Schott, 1997.

109 7

Hovland, Gustav Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra, Opus 76, Edition Wilhelm Hansen, 1972.

93 14

Iannaccone, Anthony Night Rivers, Symphony No. 3, Theodore Presser (inscribed to DePreist by Iannaccone), 1992.

109 8

Iannaccone, Anthony Symphony No. 3, "Night Rivers", Tenuto Publications (letter from Iannaccone laid in, score inscribed to DePreist by Iannaccone), 1991, 1993.

93 15

Ives, Charles Variations on "America", Merion Music, Inc., 1949.

106 5

Johnson, J.J. Poeme for Brass Ensemble, photocopy, 1956.

109 9

Kabalevsky, Dmitri Cello Concerto No. 2, G. Schirmer (annotated), undated.

109 10

Kancheli, Giya Symphony No. 5 for Orchestra, G. Schirmer, 1982.

93 15

Kaye, Ulysses Of New Horizons, Edition Peters, 1953.

93 15

Kaye, Ulysses Suite for Strings, Edition Peters, 1952.

93 15

Kernis, Aaron J. Color Wheel, Boosey & Hawkes, 2001.

93 16

Kernis, Aaron Jay Colored Field, Associated Music Publisher (annotated), 1996.

106 6

Kernis, Aaron J. Garden of Light, Associated Music Publishers, Inc. (letter and notes laid in), 2003.

93 16

Kernis, Aaron Jay New Era Dance, Associated Music Publisher (annotated), 1996.

106 7

Khachaturian Gayane "Lezghinka" from Suite No. 1, undated.

94 1

Korngold, Erich W. The Sea Hawk, Warner Bros., Inc., 1940.

106 8

Krouse, Ian Concerto for Bass Clarinet and Large Orchestra, Peer International Corp. (annotated), 1994.

106 9

Krouse, Ian Rhapsody, Peer Music, 1991.

110 1

Krzywicki, Jan A Precipice Garden, commissioned by the Music Group of Philadelphia, Sean Deibler, Music Director (letter laid in), 1997.

94 1

Lalo, Edouard Le Roi d'Ys, Edition Eulenburg, circa 1930.

94 2

Lalo, Edouard Symphonie espagnole in D minor, Opus 21, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

94 2

LaMarche, André Fantaisie pour orchestre de chambre, 1980.

94 2

La Montaine, John Wilderness Journal Paul J. Sifler study score (annotated), 1971.

94 3

Larssen, L.E. Pastorale Suite, undated.

94 3

Lees, Benjamin Concerto for Brass, Choir, and Orchestra (annotated), 1983.

107 1

Lees, Benjamin Passacaglia for Orchestra, Boosey & Hawkes (annoatated) (inscribed to DePreist by Lees), 1981.

94 3

Lees, Benjamin Shadows for four cellos, Boosey & Hawkes (letter laid in), 2008.

94 3

Lekeu, G. Adagio, Rouart, Lerolle & Cie (annotated), undated.

110 1

Letocart, Sébastien Humoresque for orchestra, undated.

94 4

Letocart, Sébastien Ricecar, undated.

94 4

Letocart, Sébastien Scherzo Fugato, undated.

94 4

Lewis, John Three Little Feelings, MJQ Music, Inc., 1957.

94 4

Lidholm, Ingvar Kontakion, two versions: Wilhelm Hansen Edition and photocopy (annotated), 1979.

107 2

Lidholm, Ingvar Riter, Universal Edition (annotated), 1970.

94 5

Lidholm, Ingvar Ritornello, Universal Edition, 1958.

94 5

Liszt, Franz Piano Concerto in E-flat major, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

94 5

Liszt, Franz Mazeppar, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

94 6

Liszt, Franz Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

94 6

Lutoslawski, Witold Dance Preludes, Edition Wilhelm Hansen, 3rd version, 1959.

94 6

Lutoslawski, Witold Mala Suita, Little Suite, and Kleine Suite, PWM Edition, 1972.

94 6

MacKinnon, Kitty The Love that We Share, Skye, Ltd., 1995.

104 7

Macmillan, James Veni, Veni, Emmanuel, Boosey & Hawkes (annotated), 1994.

94 7

MacMillan, James Veni, Veni, Emmanuel, Boosey & Hawkes (inscribed to DePreist by MacMillan) (annotated), undated.

110 2

Mahler, Gustav Adagio aus der Symphonie Nr. 10, two versions: Edition Peters and Universal Edition (annotated), 1964, 1971.

94 7

Mahler, Gustav Kindertotenlieder, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), 1961.

94 8

Mahler, Gustav O Mensch, Gib Acht!, Universal Edition, 1920.

94 8

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 1, photocopy of 1893 manuscript, circa 1968.

94 8

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 1, two copies: Universal Edition (both annotated), 1927, 1967.

94 9

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 2 in C minor, three versions: Kalmus Miniature Scores and Universal Edition (two versions) (all annotated), 1970, undated.

94 10-11

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 2 in C minor, Farber Music Limited, 1986.

121

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 3 in D minor, Universal Edition (annotated), 1974.

94 12

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 5 in C-sharp minor, three versions: Edition Eulenburg (annotated) and two versions of C.F. Peters (one version annotated), 1938, 2002.

94 13-14

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 6 in A minor, two versions: Kalmus and C.F. Kahnt (annotated), 1963, undated.

95 1-2

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 7, Bote & Bock (annotated), 1960.

95 3

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 7, Facsimile edition, Rosbeek Publishers, 1995.

120

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 9, two versions: Universal Edition (1 copy annotated), 1952, 1969.

95 4

Mahler, Gustav Symphony No. 9, prepared by Deryck Cooke, Associated Music Publishers (annotated), 1976.

95 5

Mahler, Gustav Youth's Magic Horn, I and II, Philharmonia (annotated), undated.

95 6

Martinon, Jean Symphony No. 4, "Altitudes", Theodore Presser Company, 1968.

95 7

Martinu, Bohuslav Concerto pour hautbois avec petit orchestre, édition de Maurice Bourgue et Guy Porat, 2008.

107 3

Martucci, Giuseppe La Canzone Dei Ricordi, Boosey & Hawkes, undated.

95 7

McCabe, John Concerto for Orchestra, Novello, 1987.

95 8

McCabe, John Notturni ed Alba, Novello, 1971.

95 8

McCabe, John Symphony No. 2, Novello, 1973.

95 9

McCabe, John Symphony No. 3 (Hommages), Novello, 1983.

95 9

Mendelssohn, Felix Symphony No. 3 in A minor, Opus 56, Breitkopf & Hätels, undated.

95 10

Mendelssohn, Felix Symphony No. 4 in A major, Opus 90, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

95 10

Mercure, Pierre Triptyque for Orchestra, Ricordi-Toronto, 1963.

95 11

Mercurio, Steven For Lost Loved Ones.

27 364

Mercurio, Steven Serenade for Tenor and Orchestra, Toritto Music, 1993.

95 11

Merikanto, Aarre Fantasias, Helsingin Kaupunginorkesteri, photocopy, 1923.

107 4

Merikanto, Aarre Genesis photocopy, 1956.

107 4

Moussorgsky, Modeste P. Night on Bare Mountain, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

95 12

Moussorgsky, Modeste P. Pictures at an Exhibition, Boosey & Hawkes, 1997.

95 12

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Concerto in B-flat major for pianoforte and orchestra, K. 595, Bärenreiter, 1964.

95 13

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Don Giovanni, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

95 13

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Klarinetten-Konzert in A major, Breitkopf & Härtels (annotated), undated.

95 14

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Missa in C minor, Editions Peters, 1984.

95 14

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Piano Concerto in A major, KV 488, Edition Eulenburg (lightly annotated), 1936.

95 15

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, K. 491, Broude Brothers (annotated), undated.

95 15

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Requiem, Bärenreiter Kassel (annotated), 1967.

95 16

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphonies Nos. 1-16 and 22-26, Kalmus Study Scores (annotated), undated.

96 1

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony No. 41 in C Major, "Jupiter", Heugel et Cie (annotated), undated.

96 1

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in A, KV 134, Bärenreiter, 1956.

96 2

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in A major, KV 201, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), 1958.

96 2

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in C, KV 128, Bärenreiter, 1956.

96 2

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in C major, KV 338 and 409, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), 1956.

96 2

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in D major, KV 385, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

96 2

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in D major, KV 504, Heugel et Cie (annotated), undated.

96 3

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in D, KV 133, Bärenreiter, 1956.

96 3

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in Es, KV 132, Bärenreiter, 1956.

96 3

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in E-flat major, KV 543, Edition Eulenburg, 1933.

96 3

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in G, KV 129, Bärenreiter, 1956.

96 3

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Symphony in G minor, KV 550, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), circa 1930.

96 3

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Magic Flute, KV 620, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

96 3

Newman, Jonathan Metropolitan, OK Feel Good Music, 2003.

107 5

Newman, Jonathan Tree, OK Feel Good Music, 2003.

110 3

Nielsen, Carl Four Temperaments, Opus 16, Wilhelm Hansen Edition (lightly annotated), undated.

96 4

Nielsen, Carl Sinfonia Espansiva, Opus 27, Engstrom & Sodring (annotated), 1951.

96 4

Nielsen, Carl Symphony in G-minor, Opus 7, Wilhelm Hansen Edition, undated.

96 4

Nielsen, Carl Symphony 4, Opus 29 "The Inextinguishable", Wilhelm Hansen Edition (annotated), 1944.

96 4

Nielsen, Carl Symphony 5, Skandinavisk Musikforlag (annotated), 1950.

96 5

Nielsen, Carl Symphony 6, "Sinfonia Semplice", Samfundet, 1957.

96 5

Nystroem, Gösta Sinfonia del mare, Nordiska Musikforlaget (inscribed to DePreist from Nystroem), 1948.

96 5

Nystroem, Gösta Sinfonia Espressiva, Nordiska Musikforlaget, 1956.

96 5

O'Connor, Mark Symphony No. 1, Mark O'Connor Musik International (items laid in), 2006.

107 6

Ogura, Roh Dance Suite for Orchestra, Ongaku No Tomo Edition, 1967.

96 6

Orff, Carl Carmina Burana, Edition Schott (annotated), 1965.

96 6

Pärt, Arvo Fratres, Universal Edition (annotated), 1991.

96 7

Peel, John Work in Progress, photocopy, undated.

108 11

Penderecki, K. Concerto per violino ed orchestra, Schott (annotated), 1977.

107 7

Persichetti, Vincent A Lincoln Address for narrator and orchestra, for Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra, Elkan-Vogel, Inc., 1973.

96 7

Persichetti, Vincent Fourth Symphony, Elkan-Vogel, Inc., 1958.

110 3

Pettersson, Allan Symphony No. 5, Nordiska Musikforlaget, 1985.

96 7

Previn, André Overture to a comedy, Leeds Music Corporation, 1963.

96 7

Pramoj, M.L. Usni Diversions for String Orchestra, 2002.

96 7

Pramoj, M.L. Usni Suite for String Orchestra, letters laid in, two cds [RESTRICTED], 2002.

96 7

Prokofiev, Sergei Four Orchestral Works, selected and edited by Lewis Roth, Dover, 1974.

96 8

Prokofiev, Sergei Ivan the Terrible, Opus 116, DePreist version (annotated), undated.

96 9

Prokofiev, Sergei On the Dnieper, Opus 51, undated.

96 10

Prokofiev, Sergei Peter and the Wolf, Opus 67, Boosey & Hawkes, 1942.

96 10

Prokofiev, Sergei Piano Concerto No. 1 in D-flat minor, Opus 10, Rob Forberg, Bad Godesberg, undated.

96 10

Prokofiev, Sergei Piano Concerto No. 2, Opus 16, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

96 11

Prokofiev, Sergei Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major, Opus 26, Kalmus Miniature Scores (annotated), undated.

96 12

Prokofiev, Sergei Romeo and Juliet, Kalmus, undated.

110 4

Prokofiev, Sergei Symphonic Dances, State Music Publishers (annotated), 1961.

96 13

Prokofiev, Sergei Symphonie Classique, Opus 25 , Boosey & Hawkes Pocket Scores, 1926.

96 14

Prokofiev, Sergei Symphony No. 4 (annotated), undated.

96 14

Prokofiev, Sergei Violin Concerto No. 1 in D, Opus 19 , Boosey & Hawkes Pocket Scores, 1947.

96 15

Prokofiev, Sergei Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Opus 63 , Boosey & Hawkes Pocket Scores, 1947.

96 15

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Aleko's Cavatina, undated.

110 5

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Piano Concerto No. 1, Opus 1, Hawkes & Boosey Pocket Scores (annotated), 1947.

97 1

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Piano Concerto No. 2, Opus 18, Hawkes & Boosey Pocket Scores (annotated), 1947.

97 1

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Piano Concerto No. 3, Opus 30, Hawkes & Boosey Pocket Scores (annotated), undated.

97 1

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Rapsodie on a theme of Paganini, Opus 43, Charles Foley, Inc. (annotated), 1934.

97 1

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphonic Dances, Opus 45, Kalmus (annotated), 1941.

97 2

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphonic Dances, Boosey & Hawkes (annotated), 1941.

107 8

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Boosey & Hawkes (annotated), 1947.

97 3

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Violin I, parts 1-13, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

97 4-5

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Violin II, parts 1-13, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

97 6-7

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Viola, parts 1-1, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

97 8-9

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Cello, parts 1-6, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

97 10

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Cello, parts 7-11, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

98 1

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Bass, parts 1-10, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

98 2-3

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Flute, oboe, and English horn parts, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

98 4

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Clarinet, bass clarinet, and bassoon parts, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

98 5

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Timpani, Tamburo e Glockenspiel, and Piatti e Gran Cassa parts, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

98 6

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Horn and trombone parts, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

98 7

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Trumpet and tuba parts, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

98 8

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

99 1

Rachmaninoff, Sergei Symphony No. 2, Opus 27, Kalmus, undated.

110 5

Ramds, Bernard ... in the receding mist ..., Universal Edition, 1989.

99 2

Rands Conti dell'Eclissi (inscribed to DePriest by Rands), 1992.

107 9

Rands Le Tambourin Suites 1 and 2, Universal Edition, 1984.

108 1

Ranjbaran, Behzad Awakening, Theodore Presser Company, 2005.

99 2

Ranjbaran, Behzad Seemorgh, Theodore Presser Company, 1993.

108 2

Ranjbaran, Behzad Seemorgh, Theodore Presser Company, 1991.

111 1

Ranjbaran, Behzad Seven Passages, Theodore Presser Company (inscribed to DePreist from Ranjbaran), 2010.

99 2

Ranjbaran, Behzad Songs of Eternity, Theodore Presser Company, 2002.

108 2

Rautavaara, Einojuhani Cantus Arcticus, concerto for birds and orchestra, Edition Fazer, 1973.

99 2

Ravel, Maurice Concerto for piano and orchestra, Durand & Cie, 1932.

99 3

Ravel, Maurice Daphnis & Chloé, two copies: Durand & Cie, 1913.

99 3

Ravel, Maurice La Valse, Durand & Cie, 1921.

99 4

Ravel, Maurice Bolero, Durand et Cie (annotated), 1929.

99 5

Ravel, Maurice Rapsodie Espagnole, Durand et Cie (annotated), 1908.

99 5

Ravel, Maurice Shéhérazade, Durand et Cie, 1914.

99 5

Respighi, Ottorino Feste Romane, Ricordi (annotated), 1929.

99 6

Rouse, Christopher Trombone Concerto, Helicon Music Corporation, 1991.

99 7

Saint-Saëns, C. Concerto No. 3 for Violon et Orchestre, Opus 61, Durand et Cie, undated.

99 7

Saint-Saëns, C. Symphony No. 3 in C minor, Opus 78, International Music Company (annotated), undated.

99 7

Sallinen, Aulis Cello Concerto, Novello, 1976.

99 8

Sallinen, Aulis Chorali, Edition Fazer (two copies, one inscribed to DePriest from Sallinen), 1991.

99 8

Sallinen, Aulis Happy Birthday to Jimmy, undated.

99 8

Sallinen, Aulis Shadows (annotated), 1982.

108 3

Sallinen, Aulis Symphony No. 1, Novello (inscribed to DePreist from Sallinen), 1983.

99 9

Sallinen, Aulis Symphony No. 3, Novello, 1981.

99 9

Sallinen, Aulis Symphony No. 4, Novello (two copies, one inscribed to DePreist by Sallinen), 1981.

99 10

Sallinen, Aulis Symphony No. 5, "Washington Mosaics", Novello (inscribed to DePreist by Sallinen), 1989.

99 11

Sallinen, Aulis Symphony No. 6, "From a New Zealand Diary," Opus 65, Novello (annotated), 1990.

99 11

Sallinen, Aulis Symphony No. 7, 1996.

108 3

Sandström, Jan Don Quixote, Trombone Concerto No. 2, Edition Tarrodi (inscribed to DePreist from Sandström), 1994.

99 12

Saul, Walter Overture for the Jubilee.

27 365

Schafer, R. Murray Dream Rainbow, Dream Thunder, Arcana Tarrodi, 1989.

99 12

Schoenberg, Arnold Five Pieces for Orchestra, Opus 16, two versions, both Edition Peters (both annotated, one inscribed to DePreist from Schoenberg), 1952, undated.

99 12

Schoenberg, Arnold The Music of Arnold Schoenberg, Volume III.

27 366

Schoenberg, Arnold Pelléas et Mélisande, Universal Edition (annotated), 1939.

99 13

Schoenfield, Paul, Four Parables, G. Schirmer, 1991.

112 3

Schreker, Franz Fünf Gesänge, Universal Edition, 1992.

108 4

Schreker, Franz Kammersymphonie, Universal Edition, 1917 .

111 3

Schreker, Franz Schwanen Sang, Universal Edition, undated.

111 2

Schreker, Franz Valse Lente, Universal Edition, 1988.

111 2

Schreker, Franz Vom Ewigen Leben, Universal Edition, 1993.

111 2

Schubert, Franz Symphony No. 5 in B-flat Major, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

99 13

Schubert, Franz Symphony No. 7 in C Major, Boosey & Hawkes Pocket Scores, undated.

99 13

Schuman, William American Festival Overture, G. Schirmer, Inc. (annotated), 1941.

108 5

Schumann, Robert Cello Concerto in A minor, Opus 129, photocopy, undated.

99 14

Schumann, Robert Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in A minor, Opus 129, Breitkopf & Härtels, 1997.

99 14

Schumann, Robert Piano Concerto in A minor, Opus 54, Edition Eulenburg, 1948.

99 14

Schumann, Robert Symphony No. 2 in C major, Opus 61, Breitkopf & Härtels (annotated), undated.

99 15

Schumann, Robert Symphony No. 2 in C major, Opus 61, Breitkopf & Härtels (annotated).

100 1

Schumann, Robert Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major, Heugel et Cie (annotated), undated.

100 2

Schürmann, Gerard Concerto for Orchestra, Novello, 1996.

108 6

Schürmann, Gerard Gaudiana, Novello (annotated), 2002.

108 7

Schürmann, Gerard Six Studies of Francis Bacon, Novello, 1970.

100 2

Schwantner, Joseph Freelight, "Fanfares and Fantasy", Helicon Music Corporation, 1989.

100 3

Scriabin, A. Symphony No. 1, Opus 26, Kalmus, undated.

100 3

Shostakovich, Dmitri Concerto for violoncello and orchestra, MCA Music (annotated), 1966.

100 4

Shostakovich, Dmitri Concerto No. 1for violoncello and orchestra, Edition Kikorski, 1960.

100 4

Shostakovich, Dmitri [Concerto] No. 2, undated.

100 4

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 1 Leeds Music Corporation (annotated), 1946.

100 5

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 4 (annotated), 1962.

100 5

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 5, Opus 47, Edition Kikorski (annotated) [photographs laid in], 1946.

100 6

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 7 in C Major, Opus 60, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

100 6

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 8, Opus 65, Edition Sikorski (annotated), 1946.

100 7

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 8, Zen-On Music Company (annotated), 1943.

111 4

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 9, Opus 70, Edition Sikorski, 1946.

100 7

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 10 in E Minor, Opus 93, Edition Sikorski (annotated), 1957.

100 7

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 10 in E Minor, Opus 93, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

100 8

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 11, "1905", photocopy (annotated), undated.

100 9

Shostakovich, Dmitri Symphony No. 12, "The Year 1917," opus 112, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

100 10

Shostakovich, Dmitri Violin Concerto No. 1, Opus 99, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

100 11

Sibelius, Jean Lemminkäinen-Suite, Opus 22, two versions: both Breitkopf & Härtel, 1954, undated.

100 11

Sibelius, Jean Luonnotar, Opus 70, two versions: Breitkopf & Härtel, photocopies, undated.

100 12

Sibelius, Jean Symphony No. 1 in E Minor, Opus 39, two versions: Kalmus (annotated), undated.

100 12

Sibelius, Jean Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Opus 43, two versions: Kalmus (annotated) and Breitkopf & Härtel (annotated), 1931, undated.

100 13

Sibelius, Jean Symphony No. 7, Wilhelm Hansen (annotated), 1925.

108 8

Sibelius, Jean Violin Concert in D Minor, Opus 47, two versions: Edition Eulenburg (annotated) and Robert Lienau (annotated), 1933, 1993.

100 14

Smetana, B. Bartered Bride, two versions: Kalmus (annotated), undated.

100 15

Strauss, Richard Also Sprach Zarathustra, Opus 30, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

100 15

Strauss, Richard Burleske in D minor, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), 1962.

100 16

Strauss, Richard Eine Alpensinfonie, Kalmus (annotated), undated .

100 16

Strauss, Richard Ein Heldenleben, three versions: Edition Eulenberg (annotated), Kalmus, and photocopy, 1958, 2004, undated.

101 1-2

Strauss, Richard Frühling, photocopy of Boosey & Hawkes (annotated), 1950.

101 3

Strauss, Richard Symphonia Domestica, Opus 53, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

101 3

Strauss, Richard Tod und Verklärung, Opus 24, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), 1931.

101 3

Strauss, Richard Tod und Verklärung, Opus 24, letter from Richard Strauss glued on coverpage, circa 1897.

111 7

Strauss, Richard Vier Letzte Lieder, Boosey & Hawkes Pocket Scores (annotated), 1950.

101 3

Strauss, Richard Zweites Hornkonzert, Boosey & Hawkes Pocket Scores, undated.

101 3

Stravinsky, Igor Concerto in D, Editions Schott (annotated), 1959.

101 4

Stravinsky, Igor Petrouchka, Boosey & Hawkes Pocket Scores (annotated), 1947.

101 4

Stravinsky, Igor Rite of Spring, Kalmus (annotated), undated.

101 4

Stravinsky, Igor Symphony of Psalms, Boosey & Hawkes Pocket Score (annotated), 1948.

101 4

Svoboda, Tomáš Overture of the Season, Opus 89, Thomas C. Stangland Co. (annotated), 1978.

101 5

Szymanowski, Karol Król Roger (Pasterz), Universal Edition, 1973.

119

Szymanowski, Karol Stabat mater, Opus 53, Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne, 1956.

101 6

Szymanowski, Karol Symphony No. 3, Opus 27, Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne (lightly annotated), 1953.

101 6

Takemitsu, Toru Requiem, Ed. Salabert S.A. (annotated), 1962.

111 4

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich Capriccio Italien, Opus 45, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

101 7

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich Francesca da Rimini, Opus 32, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), 1964.

101 7

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich Konzert D-Dur fur Violine und Orchester, Opus 35, Breitkopf & Härtel (annotated), undated.

111 6

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich Manfred Symphony, Opus 58, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), 1958.

101 7

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat Minor, Opus 23, Edition Eulenburg (lightly annotated), undated.

101 7

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat Minor, Opus 23, Edition Eulenburg (lightly annotated), undated.

101

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, Opus 36, two versions: Edition Eulenburg (lightly annotated) and Kalmus, undated.

101 8

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich Symphony No. 5 in E Minor, Opus 64, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

101 8

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Opus 74, Edition Eulenburg (annotated) (two copies, one incomplete), undated.

101 9

Theofanidis, Christopher The Here and Now, 2005.

111 5

Theofanidis, Christopher Rainbow Body (annotated), 2000.

111 6

Toch, Erns Symphony No. 3, Opus 75, Mills Music, 1957.

101 10

Toyama, Yuza Divertimento for Orchestra, Ongaku No Tomo Edition, 1964.

101 10

Verdi, Giuseppe Messa da Requiem, Series III, Volume 1 University of Chicago Press, 1990.

122

Verdi, Giuseppe Requiem, Dover Publications, Inc. (annotated), 1978.

101 10

Vladigerov, Pancho Rhapsodie Vardar, 1998.

101 11

Wagner, Richard Die Gotterdammerung, Act III, Scenes 2 and 3 (lightly annotated), undated.

101 11

Wagner, Richard Five Poems, B. Schott's Söhne, undated.

102 5

Wagner, Richard Good Friday Spell, undated.

101 11

Wagner, Richard Götterdämmerung, Dover, 1982.

101 12

Wagner, Richard Mastersingers of Nuremberg, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

101 13

Wagner, Richard Siegfried's Rhine Journey from Götterdämmerung, Kalmus, undated.

101 13

Wagner, Richard Tannhäuser, Edition Eulenburg, undated.

101 13

Wagner, Richard Tristan und Isolde, Edition Eulenburg (annotated), undated.

101 13

Wagner, Richard Tristan und Isolde, Dover, 1973.

101 14

Walton, William Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Oxford University Press (annotated), 1945.

101 15

Walton, William Funeral March, from  Hamlet, Oxford University Press, 1947.

101 15

Walton, William Overtures, edited by David Lloyd-Jones, Oxford University Press, 2002.

102 1

Walton, William Symphony No. 1, edited by David Lloyd-Jones, Oxford University Press, 1998.

102 2

Walton, William Symphony No. 1, Oxford University Press (annotated), 1964.

102 3

Walton, William Symphony No. 1, Oxford University Press, 1968.

108 9

Walton, William Symphony No. 2, Oxford University Press, 1960.

102 3

Webern, Anton - Symphonie, Opus 21; partial score.

27 367

Welcher, Dan Prairie Light: Three Texas Watercolors of Georgia O'Keeffe, 1986.

102 4

Williams, R. Vaughan Sinfonia Antartica, Oxford University Press, 1968.

102 4

Williams ET "Flying Theme", photocopy, 1982.

108 10

Whitacre, Eric Water Night, two copies, 1996, 2003.

102 4

C. Events, invitations, programs, and correspondence.

Box Folder

1991-1998.

70 4

2000-2005.

70 5

2006.

70 6

2009-2014.

70 7

undated.

70 8-9

D. Lists of music and repertoire.

Box Folder

Lists of music, recordings, and scores, circa 1993-2007, undated.

71 1

"Repertoire", circa 2006-2007.

71 2

XI. Memorabilia.

A. Personal, 1936-2002.

Description

Personal memorabilia for James DePreist from childhood through his kidney transplant in 2002.

Box Folder

Birth certificate, Childhood Events and Certificates.

27 368

Contents of wallet, circa 2013.

71 3

First day covers for Irving Berlin, Langston Hughes, Thurgood Marshall, and Paul Robeson, 2002-2004.

72 16

Passports, visa, etc., circa 1994-1996.

71 4

Postage Stamp Album, High School Yearbook (not in numbered folders).

27

Student Memorabilia (recital program, school papers).

27 369

Penn Yearbooks, 1955-1956.

28

Penn Yearbooks, 1957-1958.

29

Scrapbook Commemorating a School Concert given by DePreist, 1961.

30

Four Days (published account of the death of John F. Kennedy).

30

1970s-1990s (concert and funeral programs, passports, autographs).

30 370

Kidney Transplant, 2002.

30 371

Miscellaneous Notes.

30 372

B. Professional Memorabilia for James DePreist, primarily in Portland.

Box Folder

Professional Activities (business cards, calendars, fundraising events).

30 373
Oversize Folder

Posters for Amsterdams Philharmonisch Orkest (1975 May 1-22), Orchestra Philharmonique de Monte Carlo (1989 July 16), Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne (1989 March 13), and Philadelphia Orchestra (1985 December 3), 1975-1989.

4
Box Folder

Posters for Julliard, Orchestra Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, and Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, 1992, 2010, undated.

129 2-4
Drawer Folder

Posters for Oregon Symphony, 1976.

108 1

C. Family.

Description

Memorabilia from aunts Marian Anderson and Alyse Anderson, grandmother Anna Anderson, daughters Tracy and Jennifer DePreist, and wife Ginette DePreist.

Box Folder

726 Martin Street property records, 1869-1939.

71 7

Anna Anderson, Loan register, 1956-1967.

71 5

Marian Anderson, Alyse Anderson, Anna Anderson.

30 374

Ethel DePreist, Marriage certificate, receipt for James H. DePreist's funeral, poem, and letter from son James Anderson DePreist on the occasion of her death, 1932, 1942, 1967, 1990.

71 6

Ginette DePreist.

30 376

Jennifer DePreist, Stanford Law School commencement invitation, 1998.

71 8

Marian Anderson, Correspondence to, 1933, 1944, 1959, 1989.

71 9

Marian Anderson, Estate settlement, 1993-1994.

71 10

Marian Anderson, Events and honors, 1996-2014.

71 11

Marian Anderson, Images (interview, with Leonard Bernstein at Carnegie Hall re-opening, and sketch of Marian Anderson singing in front of Lincoln Memorial), 1958, 1987, undated.

72 1

Marian Anderson, Last will and testament, 1951-1969.

72 2

Marian Anderson, Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt photograph inscribed to Marian Anderson by the Roosevelts, before 1945.

104 4
Oversize Folder

Marian Anderson, Painting, undated.

OFFSITE
Box Folder

Marian Anderson, Photograph with Aaron Copland and unidentified man, undated.

128 2

Marian Anderson, Photograph of Anderson singing with Leonard Bernstein, undated.

130 2

Marian Anderson, Programs and tickets, 1991-2010.

72 3
Drawer Folder

Marian Anderson, Poster, undated.

108 1
Box Folder

Maria Anderson, Ranch sign, undated.

131

Marian Anderson, Social security card, insurance cards, etc., 1953-1992.

72 5

Marian Anderson, Stamps, correspondence, first day covers, stamps, 2005.

72 6

Marian Anderson, Stamp, presentation plaque, 2005.

129 6

Marian Anderson, Clippings, 1933, 1935, 2000-2009.

72 7-13

Marian Anderson, National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Lifetime Achievement Award, 1991.

104 3

Marian Anderson, bronze statue of her hands, undated.

118

Tracy and Jennifer DePreist.

30 375

D. James DePreist legacy material.

Box Folder

Letters to Ginette DePreist following the death of James A. DePreist (includes some funeral and memorial service arrangement), 2013 March-April.

72 14

Article about James DePreist following his death, 2013.

72 15

XII. Awards and Honors, 1954-2001.

Series Description

Certificates, degrees, honorary doctorates, awards. Also information on two awards named in honor of James DePreist.

Box Folder

Academic degrees and Army Training certificate, 1954-1961.

31 377-379

Awards and honorary degrees, 1964-2009.

112 2

Awards and honorary degrees, 1976-1989.

31 380-385

Awards and honorary degrees, 1990-2001.

32 386-392

Awards and honorary degrees, 1990-2003.

72 17

Award and honorary degrees, 1964-2013.

128 3-5

Awards and honorary degrees, 1994, undated.

130 1

DePreist Award for Excellence, 2000; DePreist Humanitarian Award, undated.

Box Folder

Awards (including crystal bowls, trophies, etc.), 1999-2005.

114-117

Award, ASCAP, 2006.

129 5

XIII. Writings of Others.

Series Description

Arranged alphabetically by author. Includes manuscripts that were given to DePreist and various writings that he collected.

Box Folder

Barton, Ellen Waterson, "A Night Hawk", undated.

73 1

Beethoven, Ludwig Van - Letter to Franz Gerhard Wegeler; Connor, Martha Jane - Manuscript Poem.

33 394

Craig, Ron, "Who Was York: A New Look at the Lewis and Clark Expedition", 2002.

73 2

De Ponte, Niel - The Book of Niel, 3rd edition, 1996.

33 395

Dickinson, Emily and Norman, Claire - Poems.

33 396

Garretson, Loretta - "A Key to the Heart" - Senior Thesis, May 1999.

33 397

Goodman, Ken - Rich and Grand - an autobiography.

33 398

Jaglom, Henry - "The Snowtree;"  "Deja Vu" (screenplays).

33 399

Jaglom, Henry David, "The Third Stone on the Second Row: A Family Memoir and A History of the Jewish People", 2004.

73 3

LeGuin, Ursula - "Phoenicians" (signed); Leuba, Christopher -  "A Study of Musical Intonation" .

33 400

Leyden, Norman and Alice - "Three Months in Europe, or How to Shorten Your Life and Love Doing It" .

33 401

Lodge, Michael - "What I Never Told You;" also a Writing by an Anonymous Portland Citizen.

33 402

McDonough, George Edward, "A Long Perspective", 1980.

73 4

Rilke, Rainer Maria, article "To See Beyond", 1976.

73 5

Stafford, William, poems and newsletters, 1998-2012.

73 6

Tawaststjerna, Erik - Sibelius, Volume II, 1904-1914 (proofs autographed by the author).

33 403-404

Theofanidis, Christopher, "Cows of Apollo", 2001.

73 7

Tuttle, Karen - "Coordination" .

33 405

Warton, Claire Norman, poem, "The Scent of Innocence", 2007.

73 5

Articles about music, musicians, and orchestra, 1987-2007.

73 8

Poetry by Various French Poets; Miscellaneous Writings.

33 406-407

XIV. Magazine Articles about James DePreist, 1959-2002.

Series Description

Arranged chronologically with markers to show location of articles. Complete issues of a wide range of publications, from The Pennsylvania Gazette to  High Fidelity to  Life Magazine.

Box Folder

29 Magazines Containing Articles about James DePreist, 1959-1989.

34

24 Magazines Containing Articles about James DePreist, 1990-2002.

35

10 magazines containing articles about James DePriest, 1967-2011.

73 9-10

XV. Clippings, 1929-2002.

A. Features, 1958-2002.

Description

Articles about James DePreist, tracing his career from his extracurricular activities at the University of Pennsylvania through his professional career. Some articles also touch on his poetry, his activities in the Portland arts community, his health before and after his kidney transplant, and the activities of his wife, Ginette DePreist. Additional clippings in Series XIX, Oversize.

Box Folder

1958-2002, undated.

36 408-423

1979-2011.

112 5

B. Concert Announcements and Reviews, 1956-2001.

Box Folder

1956-2001, undated.

37 424-438

1958-1999.

73 16

2000-2005.

74 1

2006-2011.

74 2

undated.

74 3

C. Recording Announcements and Reviews, 1978-2001.

Box Folder

1978-2001, undated.

37 439-445

D. Press Kits and Other Public Relations Material, 1965-1994.

Description

Collections of press excerpts and copies of articles for publicity purposes.

Box Folder

Press Kits and Public Relations.

38 446

E. Other Clippings, 1929-2001.

Description

Articles about other musicians, music-related topics such as the acoustics of Portland’s Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, and Portland news.

Box Folder

Awards, 1965, 2000, 2005.

73 11

Health (kidney dialysis and transplant), 1999-2003.

73 12

Society page sightings, 2003-2010.

73 15

Other Musicians and Topics, 1929-2001, undated.

38 447-451

Other Musicians and Topics, 1998-2011.

73 14

Other musicians: Leonard Bernstein, 1999-2006.

73 13

Miscellaneous Photocopies from Books and Album Covers.

38 452

XVI. Photographs.

Series Description

The first album contains publicity photographs from 1962-1992, followed by early photos of Ethel DePreist and Marian Anderson and the earliest photos of James DePreist. The following 5 albums contain photographs of James DePreist in rehearsal; in his travels; with family, friends, and colleagues. Additional photographs in Series XIX, Oversize.

Box Folder

Publicity photographs, Ethel DePreist; Marian Anderson; Arturo Toscanini; early photographs, 1938-1992.

39

Publicity photographs, circa 1985, undated.

74 4

Rehearsal photographs, 1961-1979.

40

Musician and Non-Musician Colleagues, Celebrities, Ginette DePreist, Awards Ceremonies, 1983-1987.

41

Musician and non-musician colleagues, circa 1990-2010.

74 4

Musician and non-musician colleagues, 1976, undated.

112 1

Musician and non-musician colleagues, undated.

130 4-5

L'Universite Laval, concert given for the School of Music and award of honoary doctorate, 1980 December 8.

112 1

Chiles Center, including photo with Marian Anderson and President Bush, 1985-early 1990's.

42

Soloists, rehearsal photos, Ginette DePreist, awards ceremonies, colleagues, 1990s.

43
Family photographs.
Contents

* Ginette DePreist and daughters Tracy and Jennifer

* Exterior and interior photos of DePreist’s home in Portland, Oregon

* Photos with friends and colleagues, many unidentified

44

Family photographs, circa 1980s-2010.

74 4

Family photographs: Marian Anderson, unidentified woman, and Sandra Grymes (labeled: Role Models), 1976.

128 2

Large Photographs: Rehearsal and Publicity; Travel Photos of Tel Aviv.

45

XVII. Recordings [RESTRICTED].

Conditions Governing Access note

Access to original audio/visual materials and computer files is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

A. Record Albums [RESTRICTED].

Description & Arrangement

Sorted into recordings of performances by James DePreist, including a studio recording of his quintet from the 1950s; commercial recordings of Marian Anderson, including one inscribed, "To Jim, my pride and joy, Sincerely, Aunt Marian" and commercial recordings inscribed by musicians. This small collection does not represent the full recording career of James DePreist, much of which developed after the transition to CDs.

Box Folder
James DePreist Recordings.
Contents

* The Jimmy DePreist Quintet (Non-commercial recording)

* Three discs, 2 labeled  "Mr. DePreist" and one with a label from Robinson Recording Laboratories in Philadelphia:  "COPY from client’s tape"

*  "A Shoulder to Weep On," June Valli with Orchestra and Male Quartet (with manuscript note:  "Jimmy DePreist" ), RCA Victor Record Prevue Disc Jockey Sample

* National High School Honors Orchestra 1986, James DePreist, conductor

* The Four Temperaments, Nobilissima Visione, James DePreist conducting the Royal Symphony Orchestra (D/QA-25440)

* Ravel: Bolero, Debussy: Ibéria, Berlioz: Royal Hunt and Storm, James DePreist conducting the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (SM5016)

46
Marian Anderson Recordings.
Contents

* Songs and Spirituals (3 78 rpm discs out of a 4-disc set, RCA Victor 10-1123 through 10-1125); added to set: 2 78 rpm discs (RCA Victor 1862, RCA Victor 10-1327)

*  The Legendary Marian Anderson (LR 126)

*  Spirituals (RCA Victor LM-2032); inscribed by  "Bunny," 1984

*  The Lady from Philadelphia (RCA Victor LM-2212, 2 copies)

*  Schubert and Brahms Lieder (RCA ARL1-3022), inscribed to James DePreist by Marian Anderson

46

"Songs and Spirituals by Marian Anderson (3 records), undated.

86 34
Albums Inscribed to James DePreist.
Contents

* Piano Concerto in E Major, Opus 59 / Moszkowski (Audiofon Stereo 2006), inscribed by pianist David Bar-Illan

* Caprices, Opus 1 / Paganini (Spectrum SR-138), inscribed by flutist Bonita Boyd

*  Burchfield Gallery, Apple Waltzes / Gould (RCA ARC1-5019), inscribed by composer and conductor Morton Gould

*  Thanks Be to God (Augsburg 23-1888), inscribed by soprano Irene Gubrud

* Symphony No. 3 / Lees (First Edition LS-752), inscribed by composer Benjamin Lees

*  Anthologie de la musique canadienne / Matton (ACM 29, 5-record set), accompanying booklet inscribed by composer Roger Matton

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Miscellaneous Albums.
Contents

* Songs of the University of Pennsylvania

*  "Blue & Green" and  "Saved" by Dina Patton (Non-commercial recording)

* The Nightingale-Bamford Chorale in Concert, 1984

*  "My Word!" –A Panel Game, BBC, 11 discs with answers written on sleeves

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B. Audiotape cassettes [RESTRICTED], 1976-1998.

Description

Almost entirely non-commercial recordings of radio interviews and performances, plus a few concerts and other events.

i. Performances and concerts.
Box Item

Non-Commercial Recordings of Interviews and Concerts, 1976-1991.

48

Non-Commercial Recordings of Interviews and Events; 13 recordings from the Making Music in Monaco Series, 1991-1997.

49

4 Recordings from the Making Music in Monaco Series; Non-Commercial Recordings of Interviews and Performances, 1997-1998.

50

Aspen Festival Orchestra (Tsontake: "Overtura Vera" and "To the Sowers of the Seed"), 1989-1990.

76 1

Aspen Festival Orchestra (Chopin: "Concerto No. 2 in F Minor, Opus 21"), 1990 July 15.

76 2

Aspen Festival Orchestra: Rehearsal (Adams: "Short Ride," Carrare: "Dragon's Tail," Mahler: "Symphony No. 1," and Szymanoski: [illegible]), 1990 July 15.

76 3

Aspen Festival Orchestra (Shostakovich: "Violin Concerto No. 1," Prokofiev: "Symphony No. 5 in B flat, Opus 100," and Tsontakis "The Dove Descending"), 1998 August 16.

76 4

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (Prokofiev and Schnittke), 2000 November 10.

76 5-6

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (Lees, Benjamin: Piano Concerto), 1968.

76 7

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (Tsontakis: "October" and Beethoven "Symphony No. 4"), 2001 March 15.

76 8-10

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (Virizlay, Mihaly, "Cello Concerto"), undated.

76 11

Boston Symphony Orchestra (Mendelssohn "A Midsummer Night's Dream), circa 1994.

76 12

Britt Festival Orchestra (Walton: "Hamlet and Ophelia," Barber: "Two Scenes from Anthony and Cleopatra," and Prokofiev: "Suite from Romeo and Juliet), 1988 August 14.

76 13

Britt Festival Orchestra (Mozart: "Magic Flute Overture," "Violin Concerto No. 4," and "Requiem"), 1989 August 21.

76 14

Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra (Colgrass, Michael: "Snow Walker" and "The Schubert Birds"), 1990 January, October.

76 15

[Chicago Symphony Orchestra] (Stravinsky: "Symphonies for Winds" and Mozart: "Wind Serenade"), 1994 October 18.

76 17

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Blackwood: "Symphony No. 5, Opus 34"), undated.

76 18

Civic Orchestra, 1992 February 28.

76 19

Copenhagen (Prokofiev: "Ivan den Forskracklige"), 1993 October 29.

76 20

Dallas Symphony Orchestra (Lees: "Concerto for Brass, Choir, and Orchestra"), 1983 March 18.

76 21

Dallas Symphony Orchestra ("Schwantner: "Beyond Autumn: Poem for Horn and Orchestra"), undated.

76 22

Detroit Symphony Orchestra (Fauré: "Suite from Pelléas et Mélisande, Opus 80," Dvořák: "Symphony No. 8 in G major, Opus 88," and Mozart: "Piano Concerto in A major, K. 488"), 1996 September 26-27.

76 23-24

Detroit Symphony Orchestra (Prokofiev: "Symphony No. 5 in B-flat, Opus 100," Adams: "Slonimsky's Earbox," and Paganini: "Violin Concerto No. 1 in D, Opus 6"), 1997 October 24-26.

76 25-27

Finnish Radio [Orchestra] (Sallinen: "Symphony No. 7: The Dreams of Gandalf" and "Introduction and Tango Overture", undated.

76 28

Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra (Sallinen: "Symphony No. 7: The Dreams of Gandalf"), 1996 November.

76 29

Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven: "Symphony No. 4"), 1986 February 22.

76 30

Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra (Mahler), 1987 April 17.

76 31

Helsinki Philharmonic (Shostakovich: "Symphony No. 11 in G minor: 1905"), 1994 April 28.

76 32-35

Julliard Orchestra (Mahler: "Symphony No. 5"), 1987 November 18.

76 36

Metropolitan Opera (Barber: "Antony and Cleopatra"), undated.

77 1-2

Metropolitan Opera (Barber: "Antony and Cleopatra"), undated.

79 11

Minnesota Orchestra (Dvořák: "Symphony No. 8," Walker: "Lyric," and Sallinen: "Symphony No. 6"), 1995 March 15-17.

77 3-5

Montreal Symphony (Rachmaninoff: "Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Opus 30" and Tchaikovsky: "Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor, Opus 23"), undated.

77 6

National Orchestra Institute Philharmonic (Schuman: "New England Tryptych," Brahms: "Symphony No. 3 in F major, Opus 90," and Bartók: "Concerto for Orchestra"), 1990 June 30.

77 7

National Orchestra Institute Philharmonic (Mahler: "Symphony No. 5"), undated.

77 8

[National Symphony Orchestra of America] High School Honors Orchestra, 1986 April 12.

77 10

[National Symphony Orchestra], 1996 February 9.

77 11

National Youth Orchestra of Canada (Schafer: "Dream Rainbow," Tchaikovsky: "Manfred," Debussy: "Fetes," and Chabrier: "Marche Joyeuse"), 1986 August 27.

77 12

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (Schumann), 1990 February 4.

77 13

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (Rossini, Shostakovich, Schubert, and Hindemith), 1999 April 11.

77 14

New York Philharmonic (D'Indy: "Jour d'ete a la montagne, Opus 61"), undated.

77 15

New York Philharmonic (Kellaway: "Songs of Ascent"), undated.

79 12

Orchestra National de France (Henri Dutilleux: "Métaboles" and "Timbres, espace, mouvement on 'La Nuit Etoileé,'" and Einojuhani Rautavaara: "Symphony No. 3, Opus 20"), undated.

77 16

Orchestra Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo (Verdi: "Requiem"), 1995 July 16.

77 17

Orchestra Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, 1998 April 14.

77 18-19

Orchestra Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo (Lees: "Concerto for Percussion and Orchestra"), 1999 December 5.

77 20

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Ravel and Hindemith), 1983 April 10.

77 21

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Dvořák), 1984 April 30.

77 22-23

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Rachmaninoff: "Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Opus 27"), 1984 July 15.

77 24

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Schuman, Fauré, Tchaikovsky, and Nielsen), Program No. 4, 1985-1986.

77 25

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Dvořák, Haydn, and Mozart), Program No. 4, 1986-1987.

77 26

Oregon Symphony Orchestra, Program No. 6, 1986-1987.

77 27

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Mahler: "Symphony No. 2"), 1987 May 24.

77 28

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Prokofiev: "Symphony No. 4"), 1991 November 16.

77 29

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Prokofiev: "Symphony No. 4"), 1991 May 6.

77 30

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Mahler: "Symphony No. 1," Milhaud: "Suite Provencal," John Harbison: "Remembering Gatsby," Beethoven), 1992 September 20-22.

77 31-33

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Mozart: "Symphony No. 20 in D, K. 133," Bartók: "Viola Concerto," and Rachmaninoff: "Piano Concerto No. 2, Opus 18"), 1992 November 9-10.

77 34

Oregon Symphony Orchestra, Portland Symphonic Choir, and Beethoven's 9th Society in Hokkaido, Japan (Bernstein: "Missa Brevis" and Beethoven: "Symphony No. 9"), 1993 May 24-25.

77 35

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Britten: "Four Sea Interludes," Mozart: "Symphony No. 31 in D, 'Paris,'" and Dvořák: "Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Opus 88"), 1993 September 28.

77 36

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Haydn: "Symphony No. 39 in G minor," Bruch: "Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor," and Brahms: "Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Opus 98"), 1993 December 7.

78 1

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Grieg: "Lyric Suite" and "Piano Concerto in A minor" and Sallinen: "Symphony No. 6, 'From a New Zealand Diary'"), 1994 January 23-25.

78 2

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Mahler: "Symphony No. 5 in C-sharp minor") and Mozart: "Piano Concerto No. 18 in B-flat minor, K. 456"), 1994 March 608.

78 3

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Robert Xavier Rodriguez: "A Gathering of Angels," Shostakovich: "Symphony No. 12 in D minor, Opus 112, and Saint-Saëns: "Violin Concerto No. 3 in B"), 1994 September 18-20.

78 4

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Pärt: "Fratres," Bruckner: "Symphony No. 2 in C minor," and Mozart: "Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, K. 216"), 1994 October 23-25.

78 5-6

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Tomáš Svoboda: "Marimba Concerto," Beethoven: "Symphony No. 8," Joan Tower: "Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman," and Glière: "Harp Concerto, Opus 74"), 1995 March 26-28.

78 7-8

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Menotti: "Apocalypse," Beethoven: "Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Opus 19," and Lutoskawski: "Concerto for Orchestra"), 1995 April 9.

78 9

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Mahler: "Symphony No. 2 in C minor"), 1995 May 21-23.

78 10-11

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Jennifer Higdon: "Shine Time," Melissa Hui: "Aljira," Chris Theofanidis: "I saw a new heaven," Morton Gould: "Fall River Legend," and Mozart: "Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat major, K. 595"), 1995 November 5-7.

78 12

Oregon Symphony Orchestra (Strauss: "Violin Concerto" and Saint-Saëns: "Piano Concerto No. 2"), 1998 February 23.

78 13

Oregon Symphony Orchestra Valentine Concert (Lahar: "Paganini," "Der Zarewitsch," and "Guiditta," Millocker: "Die Dubarry," and Dvořák: "Rusalka"), undated.

78 15

Oregon Symphony Orchestra Broadcast Program No. 2 (Haydn: "Symphony No. 66 in B flat," Mozart: "Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra in C major, K. 299," and Rachmaninoff: "Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Opus 27"), undated.

78 16

Oregon Symphony Orchestra Program No. 5 (Rachmaninoff), undated.

78 17

Oregon Symphony Orchestra Program No. 5 (Tchaikovsky: "Romeo and Juliet"), undated.

78 18

Oregon Symphony Orchestra Broadcast Program No. 2, undated.

78 19

Oregon Symphony (Tchaikovsky: "Hamlet" fragment), undated.

79 13

Phoenix Symphony (Purcell: "Chacony in G minor," Honegger: "Symphony No. 2," Donizetti: "Concerto for English Horn in G major," and Haydn: "Symphony No. 60 in C major"), 2000 April 13.

78 20-21

Phoenix Symphony (Tchaikovsky: "Capriccio Italien, Opus 45" and "Suite from Swan Lake," and Rachmaninoff: "Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Opus 30"), 2000 September 28.

78 22

Phoenix Symphony (Respighi: "Fountains of Rome," Borodin: "Polovtsian Dances from 'Prince Igor,'" and Prokofiev: "Alexander Nevsky, Opus 28"), 2000 October 20.

78 23

Phoenix Symphony (Glinka: "Overture to 'Russlan and Ludmilla,'" Berlioz: "Love Scene from 'Romeo and Juliet,'" Wagner: "Prelude and Liebestod from 'Tristan and Isolde,'" Fauré" "Suite from 'Pélleas et Mélisande,'" and Tchaikovsky: "Romeo and Juliet overture"), 2001 March 30.

78 24

Phoenix Symphony (Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky), 2002 April 5.

78 25

Phoenix Symphony, 2004 September 17.

78 26

Philadelphia Orchestra (Mozart, Mendelssohn: "Reformation Symphony," Fauré: Pelléas et Mélisande prelude," and Dvořák: "New World Symphony"), 1981 October.

78 27

Philadelphia Orchestra (Mozart: "Symphony No. 3" and Mahler: "Symphony No. 5"), 1999 November 29.

78 28

Philadelphia Orchestra, 1993 January 23.

78 29

Philadelphia Orchestra (Prokofiev: "Cinderella"), 1994 December 16.

78 30

Philadelphia Orchestra (Schumann: "Konzertstück F major for four horns and orchestra"), 1998 January 20.

78 31

Philadelphia Orchestra (Castaldo: "Viola Concerto" and "Ancient Liturgy"), undated.

78 32

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bernard Rands: "Tre Canzoni Senza Parole" and "Canzoni per Orchestra"), undated.

78 33

Philadelphia Orchestra (Daugherty: "Philadelphia Stories"), undated.

80 27

Pittsburgh Symphony (Gerard Schürmann: "Summa Ferri," "Moonbird," "A Spirit in Mourning," "Aubade," and "Le Grand Concert"), undated.

78 34

Pittsburgh Symphony (Tchaikovsky: "Hamlet," Sierra: "Violin Concerto," and Prokofiev: "Cinderella Suite"), undated.

78 35

Portland (Andrea Chenier), 1988.

78 36

San Francisco Symphony (A.J. Kernis: "Colored Field"), undated.

78 37

Orchestra of St. Luke (André Previn: "Honey & Rue"), undated.

79 1

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra (Schubert: "Death and the Maiden"), 1998 April 3-4.

79 2

SRMF (Roman: "Sinfonia in E minor," Dvořák: "Serenade in E major for String Orchestra, Opus 22," Mahler: "Adagietto from Symphony No. 5 in C-sharp minor," and Mendelssohn: "Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Opus 11"), 1987 August 16.

79 3

Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (Honegger: "Symphonie Liturgique, No. 3" and Atterberg: "Horn Concerto"), 1979 May 10.

79 4

Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (Menotti: "Apocalypse," Beethoven: "Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Opus 19," and Lutoslawski: "Concerto for Orchestra"), 1995 April 9-11.

79 5

Tanglewood, 2000 July 2.

79 6

Toledo Symphony (Schoenfield, Paul: Piano concerto), 1983.

76 7

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Rachmaninoff: "Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Opus 30"), 1994 November 17.

79 7

Utah Symphony (Wagner, Mozart, and Rachmaninoff: "Symphony No. 2"), 1992 April 17-18.

79 8-10

Unknown (John Adams: "Short Ride in a Fast Machine," Bruch: "Premier concerto pour violon en sol mineur, Opus 26," and Brahms: "Deuxieme Symphone en ré majeur, Opus 73"), 1994 November 11.

79 14

Unknown (Hugo Alfvén: "Festspel," Beethoven: "Symphony No. 5," and Rachmaninoff: "Symphony No. 2, Opus 27"), undated.

79 15

Unknown (Barber: "Adagio for Strings," Hindemith: "Symphony in E-flat," and Donizetti: "English Horn Concertino"), undated.

79 16

Unknown (Bartók: "Bluebeard's Castle"), undated.

79 17

Unknown (Berlioz: "Carnaval romain, overture, Opus 9," Beethoven: "Concerto for Piano No. 4, Opus 58," and Shostakovich: "Symphony No. 1 in F minor, Opus 10), 1998 April 5.

79 18

Unknown (Berlioz: "Le Corsaire," De Falla: "Le Tricorne," and Chopin: "Piano Concerto No. 2"), 1996 January 26.

79 19

Unknown (Berlioz: "Grand Messe des Morts, Opus 5"), undated.

79 20

Unknown (Fauré: "Pelléas et Mélisande," Grieg: "Concerto for piano, Opus 16," and Prokofiev: Cendrillon"), 1995 January 8.

79 21

Unknown (Glière: "Concerto for Harp and Orchestra" and Beethoven: "Symphony No. 8 in F, Opus 93"), 1995 March 28.

79 22

Unknown (Lutoslawski: "Concerto for Orchestra," Tchaikovsky: "Piano Concerto," and Lekeu: "Adagio"), undated.

79 23

Unknown (Merikanto: "Pan" and "Phantasy"), undated.

79 24

Unknown (Meyerhoff), 1989 July 1.

79 25

Unknown (Mozart: "Violin Concerto in D, K. 211" and Haydn: "Symphony No. 99 in E-flat major"), undated.

79 26

Unknown (Mozart: "Piano Concerto No. 22, K. 482," Schubert "Impromptus, Opus 90," and Bruckner: "Symphony No. 2"), 1994 October 30.

79 28

Unknown (Previn: "The Magic Number"), undated.

79 29

Unknown (Prokofiev: "Ivan den Försräcklige"), undated.

79 30

Unknown (Prokofiev: "Piano Concerto No. 3," W. Kilar: "Krzesany," and Litolff: "Robespierre Overture"), undated.

79 31

Unknown (A. Schnittke: "Violin Concerto"), undated.

79 32

Unknown (Schwatner: "Someday Memories" and "Distant Runes and Incantations"), undated.

79 33

Unknown (Sibelius: "Violin Concerto in D minor, Opus 47""), undated.

79 34

Unknown (Sibelius: "Symphony No. 2"), undated.

79 35

Unknown (Franz Schreker: "Five Cantos," "Valse Lente," and "Night Interlude"), undated.

79 36

Unknown (Wantner: "Firefly"), undated.

80 1

Unknown (Disney/France), undated.

80 2

Unknown (Gala Concert #2), 1997 June 26.

80 3

Unknown (Quartet), undated.

80 4

Unknown, 1998 September 20.

80 5
ii. Individuals (mostly submissions by conducting students, demos, or auditions).
Box Item

Adams, "Violin Concerto, I, II, and III", undated.

76 16

Angelillo, undated.

80 6

Bourgeois, Derek, "Chamber of Horrors" and "Wine Symphony", undated.

80 7

Diepenbrock, Alphons, ""Lydische Nacht", circa 1983.

80 8

Draper, Ruth, "The Children's Party," "A Southern Girl at a Dance," and "On a Porch in a Maine Coast Village", undated.

80 9

Dzubay, David, "Snake Alley" and "Siren Song", 1989.

80 10

Gardner, Stud, six tunes, undated.

80 11

Hindemith, "Class 9", 1998 February 9.

80 25-26

Hundshamer, Len, "Northridge Suite", undated.

80 12

Kenton, Stan, "Innovations in Modern Music", undated.

80 13

Kernis, Aaron, "New Era Dance" and "Symphony in Waves", undated.

80 14-15

Luedeke, Raymond, "Concerto for Violin", undated.

80 16

Morrisette, Christopher, "When Nadja Plays With Fire" and "Rainrunner", circa 1998.

80 17

Rickles, undated.

80 18-19

Sandoval, Arturo "Flight to Freedom", undated.

80 20

Theofanidis, Chris, "Orchestral Music," "Metaphysica," and "Music", circa 1994-1996.

80 21-23

Vine, Ian, undated.

80 24
iii. Non-music and/or personal recordings.
Box Item

Children (Tracy and Jenny), 1972-1979.

80 28-32

Happy Birthday Jimmy! Regards, Anton Armstrong, undated.

80 33

Happy Birthday Jimmy, undated.

80 34

"Four Sacco Songs," words by James DePreist, undated.

80 35

"Quartet for the End of Time," by Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992), narrated by James DePriest, recorded by Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1992 November 7.

80 36

"My Word," numbers 1-4 and 15-18, undated.

81 1-2

"Night Dances," 1st edit, undated.

81 3

Unknown event/news appearance: hostess Eileen Wingard; guests James DePreist and Donald Dierks, undated.

81 4

"Just a Minute", 1973 April 9.

81 5

Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee, 1977.

81 6
iv. Marian Anderson-related recordings.
Box Item

National Radio Orchestra of France (Mahler: "Kindertotenlieder" and Handel: "Ottone," "Gloridante," and "The Trumpet is Calling"), 1949 March 13.

77 9

Marian Anderson unedited material for VAI release, 1998.

81 7

Marian Anderson: BBC World Service "Music Review", 2002 February.

81 8

Anderson, KBOO, undated.

81 9
v. Unlabeled audio cassettes.
Box Item

Audio cassettes containing no labels or markings (possibly blank), undated.

81 10-22

C. Digital Audio Tape (DAT) [RESTRICTED].

i. Performances and concerts.
Box Item

Aspen Festival Orchestra (Dvořák: "Othello Overture," Bruch: "Violin Concerto in G minor, Opus 26," and Brahms: "Symphony No. 2 in D major, Opus 73"), 1991 July 28.

81 23

Aspen Festival Orchestra (Pärt: "Fratres," Mozart: "Sinfonia concertante in E-flat," and Shostakovich: "Symphony No. 5"), 1995 August 13.

81 43

Aspen Festival Orchestra (Adams: "Short Ride in a Fast Machine," Beethoven: Piano Concerto in G, Opus 58," and Strauss, "An Alpine Symphony, Opus 64", 1991 July 21.

81 24

Aspen Festival Orchestra, 1996 August 4.

81 25

BSO [Baltimore or Boston] Symphony Orchestra (Franck: "Le Chasseur Maudit" and Stravinsky: "Sacre"), circa 1951 to 1962.

81 26

Cleveland Orchestra (Sibelius: "Symphony No. 3 in C, Opus 52" and "Symphony No. 2 in D, Opus 43" and Rachmaninoff: "Symphony No. 2 in E, Opus 27,", circa 1928-1970.

81 27

Helsinki Symphony Orchestra, circa 1991.

81 28-29

Helsinki Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky, Creston, Brahms), 1996 May 6.

81 30-31

Helsinki Symphony Orchestra, undated.

81 32-34

Helsinki Symphony Orchestra (Shostakovich: "Symphony No. 9" and "Symphony No. 12"), undated.

81 35

Helsinki Symphony Orchestra, undated.

81 36

Helsinki Symphony Orchestra (Merikanto: "Violin Concerto Nos. 2 and 4"), undated.

81 37

Helsinki Symphony Orchestra (Merikanto: "Violin Concerto Nos. 2 and 4").

81 38

Houston Symphony (Tchaikovsky, Creston, and Brahms), 1996 May 4.

83 10

Oregon Symphony (Martucci: "Notturno, Opus 70," Prokofiev: "Concerto for Piano and Orchestra," and Strauss: "Ein Heldenleben"), 1989 November 5-7.

81 38

Oregon Symphony (Beethoven: "Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 in C, Opus 15," and Mahler: "Symphony No. 10 in F-sharp"), 1990 February 11-13.

81 39

Oregon Symphony (Schiff: "Slow Dance" and Bach: "Concerto for Oboe"), 1990 March 4-6.

81 40

Oregon Symphony (Beethoven: "Missa Solemnis in D, Opus 123"), 1990 May 21-22.

81 41

Oregon Symphony (Adams: "Short Ride in a Fast Machine," Khachaturian: "Violin Concerto in D minor," Ravel: "Mother Goose Suite," and Janacek: "Taras Bulba"), 1990 September 24.

81 42

Oregon Symphony (Ravel: "Le Tombeau De Couperin," Bennett: "Symphony No. 3," and Prokofiev: "Piano Concerto No. 2"), 1991 February 24-26.

82 1

Oregon Symphony (Singleton: "Sinfonia Diaspora," Dvořák: "Cello Concerto in B minor, Opus 104," and Prokofiev: "Symphony No. 4 in C, Opus 112"), 1991 May 6.

82 2

Oregon Symphony (Berlioz: "Requiem, Opus 5"), 1991 May 20.

82 3

Oregon Symphony (Mozart: "Adagio in E major for violin and orchestra, K. 261," Saint Saëns: "Concerto No. 1 for Cello in A minor, Opus 33," and Verdi: "Four Sacred Pieces"), 1991 November 24-26.

82 4

Oregon Symphony (Colgrass: "Letter from Mozart," Rachmaninov: "The Isle of the Dead, Opus 29," and Elgar: "Violin Concerto in B minor, Opus 61"), 1991 December 8-10.

82 5

Oregon Symphony (Haydn: "Symphony No. 3 in G major," Mozart: "Piano Concerto No. 22 in E-flat major, K. 482," and Berlioz: "Harold in Italy"), 1992 January 12-14.

82 6

Oregon Symphony (J. Sandström: "Concerto for trumpet and orchestra" and R. Strauss: "Eine Alpensinfonie, Opus 64"), 1992 April 12-14.

82 7

Oregon Symphony (Svoboda: "Symphony No. 6 for clarinets and orchestra" and Brahms: "Piano Concerto No. 1"), 1992 April 26-28.

82 8

Oregon Symphony (Beethoven: "Concerto for Violin, Cello, Piano, and Orchestra in C major" and Mahler: "Symphony No. 1"), 1992 September 20-22.

82 9-11

Oregon Symphony (Milhaud: "Suite Provençale," Adams: "Harmonium," and Rachmaninoff: "Piano Concerto No. 2 in C"), 1992 November 8-10.

82 12

Oregon Symphony (Bach: "Air on a G String," Harbison: "Remembering Gatsby: A Foxtrot for Orchestra," Rouse: "Symphony No. 1," and Barber: "Violin Concerto"), 1992 November 12.

82 13

Oregon Symphony (Haydn, Mozart, Berlioz), 1992 December 14.

82 14

Oregon Symphony (Picker: "Old and Lost Rivers," Piston: "Symphony No. 2," and Brahms: "Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat, Opus 83"), 1993 January 10-12.

82 15

Oregon Symphony (Mozart: "Symphony No. 20 in D major, K. 133," Bartók: "Concerto for viola and orchestra," and Dvořák: "Symphony No. 9 in E minor"), 1993 April 4-6.

82 16

Oregon Symphony (Copland: "El Salon Mexico," Foss: "Renaissance Concerto for Flute and Orchestra," and Tchaikovsky: "Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Opus 64"), 1993 April 18-20.

82 17

Oregon Symphony (Bernstein: "Missa Breva" and Beethoven: "Symphony No. 9 in D minor"), 1993 May 23-25.

82 18

Oregon Symphony (Britten: "Four Sea Interludes," Mozart: "Symphony No. 31 in D, K. 300a," and Dvořák: "Symphony No. 8 in E, Opus 88"), 1993 September 26-28.

82 19

Oregon Symphony (Haydn: "Symphony No. 39 in G minor," Bruch: "Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Opus 44," and Brahms: "Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Opus 98"), 1993 December 5-7.

82 20

Oregon Symphony (Grieg: "Lyric Suite" and "Piano Concerto in A minor, Opus 16" and Sallinen: "Symphony No. 6, 'From a New Zealand Diary'"), 1994 January 24-25.

82 21

Oregon Symphony (Mozart: "Piano Concerto No. 18 in B-flat, K. 456" and Mahler: "Symphony No. 5"), 1994 March 6-8.

82 22

Oregon Symphony (Orff: "Carmina Burana"), 1994 May 23-24.

82 23

Oregon Symphony (Joseph Schwantner: "New Morning for the World" and Flagello: "The Passion of Martin Luther King" ), 1994 September 11.

82 24

Oregon Symphony (Robert Xavier Rodriguez: "A Gathering of Angels," Saint-Saëns: "Violin Concerto No. 3 in B minor, Opus 61," and Shostakovich: "Symphony No. 12, 'The Year 1912'" ), 1994 September 18-20.

82 25

Oregon Symphony (Pärt: "Fratres," Mozart: "Violin Concerto No. 3 in G, K. 216," and Bruckner: "Symphony No. 2 in C minor"), 1994 October 24-25.

82 26

Oregon Symphony (Mozart: "Overture to the Abduction from the Seraglio" and "Concerto No. 5 in A," Stravinsky: "Firebird," and Ravel: "Valses Nobles et Sentimentales"), 1995 January.

82 27

Oregon Symphony (Svoboda: "Marimba Concerto, Opus 148," Tower: "First Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman," Glière: "Concerto for Harp and Orchestra, Opus 74," and Beethoven: "Symphony No. 8 in F, Opus 93"), 1995 March 27-28.

82 28

Oregon Symphony, 1995 March 28.

82 29

Oregon Symphony (Menotti: "Apocalypse," Lutoslawski: "Concerto for Orchestra," and Beethoven: "Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Opus 19"), 1995 April 9-11.

82 30

Oregon Symphony (Kabalevsky: "Colas Breugnon," Shostakovich: "Cello Concerto No. 2," and Rachmaninoff: "Symphony No. 2"), 1995 October.

82 31-32

Oregon Symphony (Jennifer Higdon: "Shine," Melissa Hui: "Aljira," Chris Theofanidis: "I saw a new heaven," Morton Gould: "Fall River Legend," and Mozart: "Piano Concerto No. 27 in B flat"), 1995 November 7.

82 33

Oregon Symphony (Mozart: "Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat," Knussen: "Horn Concerto, Opus 28," and Schubert: "Symphony No. 9 in C"), 1996 January 9.

82 34

Oregon Symphony (Silvestre Revveltus: "Sensemayá," Benjamin Lees: "Symphony No. 2," and Tchaikovsky: "Violin Concerto in D, Opus 35"), 1996 January 21-23.

82 35

Oregon Symphony (Mozart: "Symphony No. 21 in A major, K. 134," Beethoven: "Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Opus 18," and R. Strauss: " Ein Heldenleben"), 1996 April 21-23.

82 36

Oregon Symphony (Martucci: "La Cauzone dei Ricordi" and Prokofiev: "Ivan the Terrible"), 1996 May 12-14.

82 37

Oregon Symphony (Dzubay: "Symphony No. 1," Barber: "Violin Concerto, Opus 14," and Ravel: "Bolero"), 1996 October 20-22.

82 38

Oregon Symphony 100th Birthday Concert (Adams: "Slonimsky's Earbox," Handay: "St. Louis Blues March," Prokofiev: "Peter and the wolf," and Mahler: "Symphony No. 1 in D"), 1996 October 30.

82 39-40

Oregon Symphony (Adams: "Slonimsky's Earbox," Brahms: "Violin Concerto in D," and Nielsen: "Symphony No. 5"), 1996 November 11-19.

82 41

Oregon Symphony (Scriabin: "Reverie," Shostakovich: "Cello Concerto No. 1, Opus 107," and Prokofiev: "Symphony No. 5 in B-flat major, Opus 100"), 1997 January 19-21.

82 42

Oregon Symphony (Britten: "War Requiem"), 1997 May 18-20.

82 43-46

Oregon Symphony (Stravinsky), undated.

82 47

Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo (D'Indy), 1995 February 21.

82 48

Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, Mechanics Hall, Worcester, 1998 April 29.

82 49

Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo (D'Indy), undated.

82 50

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Rachmaninoff: "Piano Concerto No. 3 in D-minor, Opus 30" and "Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Opus 27"), 1994 November 27.

82 51

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Lutoslawski: "Funeral Music" and "Concerto for Orchestra" and Bartók: "Concerto No. 1"), 1994 November 22.

82 52

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Shostakovich: "Piano Concerto No. 1 in C minor, Opus 35" and "Symphony No. 11 in G minor, Opus 103"), 1998 May 13.

82 53

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Berlioz: "The corsair, overture," Tchaikovsky: "Violin Concerto in D major, Opus 35," Sibelius: "Finlandia," Mascagni: "Cavalleria rusticana, Intermezzo," and Respighi: "The pine-trees of Rome, symphonic poem"), 1998 May 17.

82 54

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Falla: "El Sombrero de tres picos," Bartók: "Viola Concerto," and Saint-Saëns: "Symphony No. 3 in C minor, Opus 78"), 1998 May 22.

82 55

[Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra], undated.

82 56

Wiener Philharmoniker/Leonard Bernstein (Mahler: "Symphony No. 7 in E"), 1974.

82 54

Wiener Philharmoniker/Leonard Bernstein (Rachmaninoff: "Symphony No. 3 in A, Opus 44," "Vocalise," and Isle of the Dead" and Beethoven: "String Quartet, Opus 131," "String Quartet, Opus 131." and "Lento assai e cantante tranquillo"), circa 1977-1989.

83 1

Oregon Symphony (Tsontakis: "Perpetual Angelus," Mozart: "Flute Concerto No. 1 in E, K. 313," Ibert: "Escales," and Debussy: "La Mer"), 1997 February 17-18.

83 2

Unknown orchestra "Dutch Masters" (Cornelis Dopper: "Zuiderzee Symphony" and "Ciaconna gotica," van Anroy: "Piet Hein Rhapsody," and Johan Wagenaar: "Cyrano de Bergerac," "Taming of the Shrew," "Saul and David," "Twelfth Night," "De Cid," and "Amphitrion"), undated.

83 3

Unknown orchestra (Sofia Asgatovna Gubaidulina, Saint Saëns, and Wagner), undated.

83 4-5

Unknown orchestra (Mendelssohn, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, and Haydn: "Symphony No. 47"), undated.

83 6

Unknown orchestra (Prokofiev: "Cinderella" and "On the Dnieper"), undated.

83 7

Unknown orchestra (Respighi), edit 1, undated.

83 8

Unknown orchestra (Stravinsky), first edit, undated.

83 9

Unknown orchestra (Mary Lou Williams: "Zoning"), undated.

83 11

Unknown orchestra, first and second edit and "finished", undated.

83 12-16
ii. Non-music and/or personal recordings.
Box Item

"Jimmy 'Juiced'", 2000 October 28.

83 17

Record Shelf, "Conversation with James DePreist", undated.

83 18
iii. Marian Anderson-related recordings.
Box Item

Marian Anderson: "Ave Maria," "Deep River," "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands," "Roll, Jord'n Roll!," "Go Down, Moses," "Crucifixion," "Sometimes I feel like a motherless child," "Let us Break Bread Together," "Plenty Good Room," "Everytime I Feel de Spirit," "If He Change My Name," "O What A Beautiful City," "Nobody Knows the Trouble I See," "Hear the Lam's A Cryin," "My Lord What a Morning," "Were You There," "On Ma Journey," "De Gospel Train," "Soon-A Will Be Done," "Sinner, Please," and "Ride On, Jesus", 1993 May 20.

83 19

James DePreist and Marian Anderson: "Ave Maria," "Deep River," "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands," "Roll, Jord'n Roll!," "Crucifixion," "Sometimes I feel like a motherless child," "Let us Break Bread Together," "O What A Beautiful City," "Hear the Lam's A Cryin," "Were You There," "Soon-A Will Be Done," "Liebesbotschaft," "Wohin," and "Der Tod und das Madche", undated.

83 21-23
iv. Unlabeled audio cassettes.
Box Item

Digital audio cassettes containing no labels or markings (possibly blank), undated.

83 23-25

D. MiniDiscs [RESTRICTED].

Box Item

Philadelphia Orchestra (Mahler: "Symphony No. 5"), 1991 November29.

83 26-27

Unknown orchestra (Janáçek: "Sinfonietta"), undated.

83 28

Tchaikovsky, undated.

83 29

MiniDiscs containing no labels or markings (possibly blank), undated.

83 30-31

2 Delos mini-CDs: "2001, A Sonic Odyssey;" Videotape of News Coverage of Kidney Transplant, 1987, 2002.

50

E. Camcorder tapes and Beta Cam [RESTRICTED].

Box Item

Camcorder tape: Happy birthday, Jimmy from Elmer and Sandy, undated.

83 32

Camcorder tape: "Things brought from US to Monaco", undated.

83 33

Camcorder tape containing no labels or markings (possibly blank), undated.

83 34

Betacam tape: "The Music of Man" preview, 1979 September 1.

88 33

F. CDs [RESTRICTED].

i. Performances and concerts.
Box Item

Aspen Festival Orchestra (Artist Review copy), 2005 July 17.

84 1-2

Aspen Festival Orchestra, 2007.

84 3

Chicago Symphony Orchestra with Bernstein (Shostakovich), undated.

84 4

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (Menotti: "Apocalypse," Liszt: "Concerto No. 2 in A major for piano and orchestra," and Shostakovich: "Symphony No. 2 in D minor, Opus 112"), 2002 December 7.

84 5-7

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (Schnittke: "Moz-Art a la Haydn"), 2006 November 16-18.

84 8

CSO (Furtwangler: "Symphony No. 2"), undated.

84 9

CYSO (Tchaikovsky, first edit), undated.

84 10

Detroit Symphony Orchestra (Hells Angels), undated.

84 11

Julliard Orchestra (Bernstein: "Candide Overture," Beethoven: "Symphony No. 4, Movements 1, 3, and 4," and Brahms: "Symphony No. 2"), 2008 May 21.

84 12

Julliard Orchestra, 2012 March 29.

84 13-14

[London Philharmonic] (Schumann, Illegible: "Symphony No. 3" and Dvořák: "Symphony No. 3"), 1985.

84 15

London Philharmonic (Shostakovich: "[Symphony] No. 7"), undated.

84 16

Moskow Symphony Orchestra ("Concert Waltz No. 1, Opus 47," and Gido Kremer N. Marriner: "Allegro ma non troppo," "Larghetto," and "Rondo"), undated.

84 17

New York Philharmonic (Mahler: "Symphony No. 1"), undated.

84 18

Oregon Symphony (Svoboda: "Marimba Concerto"), 2000 February 10.

84 19

Oregon Symphony, In Memoriam, 2001 September 13-14.

84 20-21

Oregon Symphony (Sibelius: "Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Opus 43"), 2002 September 21.

84 22

Oregon Symphony (Shostakovich: "[Symphony] No. 2"), 2003 October 22.

84 23

Oregon Symphony (Sibelius: "[Symphony] No. 2 and 7"), 2004 April 28.

84 24-26

Oregon Symphony (Shostakovich: "[Symphony] No. 2"), undated.

84 27

Oregon Symphony, St. Petersburg, undated.

84 28

Unknown symphony (Schumann: "A-Moll Kusut", 1990 October 31.

84 29

Unknown symphony (Beaser: "Manhattan Roll"), 1997.

84 30

Unknown symphony (Corsaire), undated.

84 31

Unknown symphony (Da Vinci), undated.

84 32

Unknown symphony ("Henry IV"), undated.

84 33-34

Unknown symphony ("King Lear"), 1994.

84 35

Unknown symphony (Mahler: "Symphony No. 10"), 1993 January 21.

84 36

Unknown symphony ("Many Voices"), 2002 January 27.

84 37

Unknown orchestra (Mozart: Symphonies), undated.

85 1-2

Unknown orchestra (Persichetti: "Symphony No. 4" and Lopatnikoff: "Symphony No. 3"), undated.

85 3

Unknown orchestra ("Siren Song," "Wind Song," "Good Night," and "Shadow Dance"), undated.

85 5

"Symphony Orchestra, James DePreist, conductor", 2003 October 1.

85 4
ii. Individuals (mostly submissions by conducting students, demos, or auditions).
Box Item

Ben-Dor, Gisele (Villa-Lobos: "Symphony No. 10"), circa 2000.

85 6

Brebach, Chris ("Vignettes for Monet"), undated.

85 7

Bryars, Gavin ("Farewell to Philosophy"), undated.

85 8

Childs, Billy ("Voices of Angels"), undated.

85 46

Cleland, Aubrey ("A-Tisket A-Tasket"), 2004 March 29.

85 9

Dzubay, David (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra: "Snake Alley," "Siren Song," "Ra!," "Shadow Dance," "Clarinet Concerto," "...as filiments of memory spin"), 2004 October.

85 10

Galbraith, Nancy ("A Festive Violet Pulse"), undated.

85 11

Hersch, Michael ("Piano Concerto"), undated.

85 12

Higdon, Jennifer ("Works for Orchestra"), undated.

85 13

Julliard Lab Orchestra, circa 2008-2010.

85 16-18

Kernis, Aaron Jay ("Air for Violin"), undated.

85 19

Kernis, Aaron Jay ("Color Wheel"), undated.

85 13

Kernis, Aaron Jay ("Garden of Light"), circa 1999-2000.

85 20

Knight, Edward ("Big Shoulders," "The Golden Spike," "Cadillac Ranch," "Of Perpetual Solace," and "Life is Fine"), undated.

85 14

Korrgold (Symphony), 1st edit, undated.

85 15

Pierson, Tom ("Finale from Quintet"), circa 1985.

85 21

Shaw (Brahms: "Requiem"), undated.

85 22

Svoboda, Tomáš, Vortex-MIDI recording, undated.

85 23

Walton, William ("Symphony No. 1"), circa 1966-1971.

85 24

Walton, William ("Sonata for Violin and Piano"), 2003 December 6.

85 25

Warton, Claire (Debussy: "Quartet" and Schubert: "Octet"), circa 1975-1989.

85 26

Whitacre, Eric ("Water Night"), undated.

85 27

Whitfield, Herman ("Orchestra Works"), undated.

85 28

Whitfield, Herman (Villa-Lobos: "Impressoes Seresteiras," Schubert: "Sonata in A Major," and Moszkowski: "Etude in F Major"), 2004 March 12.

85 29

Whitfield, Herman (Gershwin: "Rhapsody in Blue"), undated.

85 30
iii. Marian Anderson-related recordings.
Box Item

Metropolitan Opera House ("Ballo In Maschera"), 1955 December 10.

85 31

"Marian Anderson: preliminary noise reduction; rough masters", undated.

85 32

Unknown orchestra (Copland and Brahms), undated.

85 33

"The Lady from Philadelphia," original soundtrack from See It Now, after 1951.

85 34

Marian Anderson Award, circa 2008.

85 35
iv. Non-music and/or personal recordings.
Box Item

SNAP (short clip featuring DePreist visiting Junior High School, on TV Tokyo, and Tetsuko's room, on TV Tokyo), 2003, 2005.

85 37

Tribute to people who had appeared in Tetsuko's room program and passed away (DePreist at 33'), in Japanese, 2013.

85 38

Han-Na's debut documentary, includes interview with DePreist, in Korean, 2007.

85 38

Worship service, "How do we move from memory to hope," sermon by Reverend Dr. Larry Norris, Central United Methodist Church, Phoenix, Arizona, 2012 November 4.

85 39

Mozart symphonies--data discs 1 and 2, undated.

85 40-41
v. Unlabeled cds.
Box Item

CDs Audio cassettes containing no labels or markings (NOT blank), undated.

85 42-45

G. VHS recordings [RESTRICTED].

i. Performances and concerts.
Box Item

Britt Festival Orchestra (Todd Barton: "Terrains for Orchestra"), 1992 July 31.

86 1

Britt Festival Orchestra ("Once upon a time"), 1992.

86 2

Grand Rapids Orchestra, July 4 Gala, 1985 July 4.

86 3-4

Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, 1990 May 1.

86 5

Oregon Symphony (Bruckner: "Symphony No. 7"), 1985 April 30.

86 6

Oregon Symphony (Beethoven and Rachmaninoff), 1986 February 3.

86 7

Oregon Symphony (Mozart and Mahler), 1986 March 9.

86 8-9

Oregon Symphony, 1986 September 15.

86 9

Oregon Symphony, Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., 1995 January 13-20.

86 11

Oregon Symphony, "A Musical Christmas Present", 1996 December 19.

86 12

Oregon Symphony, A New Century, "Scratch Show", undated.

86 13

Oregon Symphony, Centennial Concert, undated.

86 14

Philadelphia Orchestra, comments during Martin Luther King special, 1991 January 14.

86 15-16

Unknown orchestra (Beethoven: "Symphony No. 9"), undated.

86 17

Unknown orchestra ("Kathleen Battle and Jessye Norman sing Spirituals"), 1990 December 4.

86 18

Unknown orchestra ("Concerto Finale"), 2003.

86 19

Unknown orchestra ("Defiant Requiem"), 2003 March.

86 20

Unknown orchestra ("Gala Concert," Hong Kong edit), 1997 June 25-26.

86 21-22

Unknown orchestra (Pavarotti in Vienna), 1986 December 10.

86 23

Unknown orchestra (Prokofiev: "Romeo and Juliet Suite"), 1999 February 13.

86 24

Unknown orchestra (Sallinen: "Music, Man, and Nature"), undated.

86 33
ii. Individuals (mostly submissions by conducting students, demos, or auditions).
Box Item

Davey, Shaun, "More than Just a Concert", undated.

86 25

Fletcher, Richard, conducts (Borodin: "Prince Igor Overture," Schmitt: "Tragedy of Salomé," and Rimsky-Korsakov: "Scheherazade"), undated.

86 26

McAdams, Ryan, Beethoven and Schoenberg, undated.

86 27

Nguyen, Co, undated.

86 28

Rosenthal, Stuart, archive tape, undated.

86 29

Illegible, undated.

86 30

Verville, Timothy (Tchaikovsky: "Serenade" and rehearsal and Stravinsky: "Concerto in Re"), undated.

86 31

Wolter, Martin (Debussy: "Danse sacrée" and "Danse profane" and Elgan: "Serenade in E-minor"), undated.

86 32
iii. Marian Anderson-related recordings.
Box Item

Marian Anderson: History Day, 1989.

87 1

Marian Anderson: WETA, rough cut and aired recording, 1991 February-May.

87 2-3

"A Tribute to Marian Anderson," John F. Kennedy Center, 1992 October 24.

87 4

"The Road to Freedom: Connecticut Freedom Trail", 1998.

87 5

I Bond Press Announcement: "Honoring Great Americans", 1998 July 8.

87 6

Marian Anderson Award Gala honoring Oprah Winfrey, 2003.

87 7

Marian Anderson Tribute, NBC News Today, undated.

87 8

Marian Anderson, WETA, one hour, undated.

87 9

"Salute to Marian Anderson" on KYW-TV3, Philadelphia, undated.

87 10

Marian Anderson special, undated.

87 11

Marian Anderson Sickle Cell Anemia Care and Research Center, undated.

87 12
iv. Events, news reports, and PSAs.
Box Item

DePreist contract renewal, circa 1983.

87 13

Channel 2 News Theme, KATU TV, Portland, Oregon, 1987 January.

87 14

University of Portland, Washington Arts Club, 1987 June 15.

87 15

Annual Chamber Dinner, 1988.

87 16

Oregon State University graduation, 1989.

87 17

Wieden and Kennedy Presentation Reel, 1990 February 9.

87 18

Census Promotion Office, Black Audience Campaign, 1990.

87 19

"Magic in the Air, 1990," KPTV-12 Portland, 1990.

87 20

University of Pennsylvania, unedited footage of DePreist at Penn, 1990 November 27.

87 21

"State of the Arts", 1990 March 1.

87 22

"Magic in the Air, 1991, KPTV-12 Portland, 1991.

87 23

"Faces of Hunger," KATU documentary, 1991 October 22.

87 24

Centennial Speaker, James DePreist, 1991 September 9.

87 25

Tribute, 1991 September 11.

87 26-28

Dinner, 1991 September 11.

87 29-30

Northwest Reports, KPTV-12 Portland, 1992 October 13.

87 31-32

Oregon Symphony, "Air Conductors" by Gerber Advertising, 2 30-second spots, 1995 August 14.

87 33

1997 Gala Concert, Interview, 1997.

88 1

James DePreist Tribute, 1997 November 12.

88 2

Oregon's 12 Image Campaign, 1997 February.

88 3

Lehrer Report regarding Oregon Symphony on PBSA, 1997 March 26.

88 4

Bill Cosby in Portland, 1999 October 8.

88 5

"Rewind in Time", 1999 December 31.

88 6

Leo Burnett, United States Department of Transportation, "A Little Thing Rev. 2", 2000 November 21.

88 7

Lillian Rachlin oral history, 2001 September.

88 8

DePreist Tribute, 2003 May 20.

88 9-11

Oregon State University, Agricultural Heritage Project, undated.

88 12

"Happy Birthday Jimmy," Malmo Symphony, undated.

88 13

"Happy Birthday Jimmy DePreist" from Ed Bradley, undated.

88 14

"Inside America's Smithsonian", undated.

88 15

"The More You Know," Martin Luther King, Jr. Salute, undated.

88 16

"My Country," Maryland Public Television (not for broadcast), undated.

88 17

"Now is the Time", undated.

88 18

"Oregon's Treasure", undated.

88 19

"Sunday Morning Today", undated.

88 20

"A Tribute", undated.

88 21

"The Wrong Stuff", undated.

88 22
v. Non-music and/or personal recordings.
Box Item

"My Class Reunion," Central High School, 1989 May 12.

88 23

Class reunion, Central High School, 202nd Class, 50th Year, undated.

88 24

William Stafford: "What the River Says" and illegible, 1989 March, undated.

88 25-27
vi. Unlabeled VHS tapes.
Box Item

VHS tapes containing no labels or markings (possibly blank), undated.

88 28-32

H. Reel to Reel recordings [RESTRICTED].

i. Performances and concerts.
Box Item

Amsterdam Philharmonic (Beethoven: "Symphony No. 9"), Director James DePreist's premiere performance, undated.

89 1

Berkshire Festival Orchestra (James Drew: "West Indian Lights"), world premiere performance, Gunther Schuller, conductor, 1973 August 9.

89 21

Cleveland Orchestra (Bucht: "Symphony No. 7," and Mozart: "Concerto No. 25"), undated.

89 2

Cleveland Orchestra (Dvořák: "[Symphony] No. 1"), undated.

89 26

London Symphony Orchestra (Sibelius: Songs), undated.

89 3

L'Orchestre Symphonique de Quebec (Stravinsky: "Le Sacre du Printemps"), 1978 January 31.

89 4

L'Orchestre Symphonique de Quebec (promotion: Music Symphonique Saison), undated.

89 5

Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conducting (Benjamin Lees: "Spectrum"), 1969 February 22.

89 6

Philadelphia Orchestra in Saratoga (Brahms: "Piano Concerto No. 2"), aircheck, circa 1976.

89 7

Philadelphia Orchestra in Saratoga (Fauré: "Pelléas et Mélisande Prelude" and Dvořák: "Symphony No. 9"), aircheck, circa 1976.

89 8

Philadelphia Orchestra (Mozart, Barber, and Schoenberg), aircheck, undated.

89 9-11

Philadelphia Orchestra (Mozart, Barber, and Schoenberg), air check, undated.

89 22

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra (Samuel Adler: "Concerto for Flute and Orchestra"), 1977 December 1.

89 12

Rotterdam (Richard Strauss: "Tod und Verklärung" and Barber: "Sinfonie No. 1, Opus 9"), undated.

89 13

Toronto Symphony (Rachmaninoff: "Symphony No. 2 in E minor"), undated.

89 14-15

University of California Berkeley Symphony Orchestra (Walter Winslow: "Pele"), 1980 February 23.

89 16

Utah Symphony (Crawford Gates: "Symphony No. 3"), undated.

89 17

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (Brahms: "Symphony No. 2" and "Song of Destiny", 1978 June 13.

89 18-20

Unknown orchestra (Bartók: "Piano Concerto No. 2" and Bernstein: "Candide"), undated.

89 23

Unknown orchestra (Berwald: "Symphony No. 4 in E-flat" and "Sinfonia singuliere," Roman: "Sinfonia D-dur," Phillips: "Concert Piece," Hindemith: "Travermusik," Kennan: "Night Soliloquy," and Schoenberg: "5 Pieces for Orchestra, Opus 16"), circa 1966-1967.

89 24

Unknown orchestra (Colgrass: "Letter from Mozart"), undated.

89 25

Unknown orchestra (Prokofiev: "Antony and Cleopatra" and "Piano Concerto No. 2," Beethoven: "Symphony No. 2," Stravinsky: "Violin Concerto in D," and Wagner "Faust Overture"), undated.

89 27

Unknown orchestra [AFM Congress of Strings] (Respighi: "Suite No. 3 from Ancient Airs and Dances," Mahler: "Symphony No. 5," Zador: "Divertimento for Strings," Barber: "Adagio for Strings," and Dello Joio: "Meditations on Ecclesiastes"), 1975 July 31.

89 28
ii. Individuals (mostly submissions by conducting students, demos, or auditions).
Box Item

Bucht, Sunni, "Symfoni No. 7", undated.

89 29

Curten, Phyllis (Sibelius), undated.

89 30

"Lenny," CBS, undated.

89 31

Lieberman, Lori, "Soul of the Classics", 1973 July 1.

89 32
iii. Non-music and/or personal recordings.
Box Item

Comedy: Ruth Draper, Shrieber & Burns, and Don Rickles on Johnny's Show, undated.

89 33

"My Word!" programs 9-16 and 21-22, undated.

89 34-36

"What is Man" and "Some Jazz", undated.

89 37
iv. Unlabeled reel to reels.
Box Item

Reel to reels containing no labels or markings (possibly blank), undated.

89 38-39

XVIII. Commemorative objects.

Series Description

Includes a variety of honorary plaques; souvenirs; articles of clothing; academic regalia; and the flag flown at the U.S. Capitol in honor of Marian Anderson.

Box Folder
Miscellaneous.
Contents

* Inscribed silver dish from the YPO, 1983-1984

* Tie clip with presidential seal on front and signature of George Bush engraved on the back

* Two MIDEM classical artist access passes

* Prince Albert tobacco box

51

Miscellaneous, undated.

74 5
Small Books.
Contents

* Dictionary of Percussion Terms

* New Testament

* Book of Common Prayer

*  "Grace Before Meals"

* Psalms of Life

*  "Success is Yours" (2 pamphlets)

*  A Midsummer Night’s Dream (incomplete)

*  The Maestro’s Baton by Peggy Swafford

52

Small books, 1995, 2002, 2006.

74 6-7
Plaques.
Contents

* Christian Street Y Men’s Club "Man of the Year" Award, 1965

* Association of Business and Professional Women of Philadelphia Vicinity citation, 1963

* University of Oregon Pioneer Award, 1988

* Martin Luther King, Jr., Business Leadership Award,1992

* Delta Airlines  "Flying Colonel" Award

53
Plaques.
Contents

* Magazine article and photograph, "Maestro on the Move,"  Vis à Vis, April 1989

* Oregon Association of Broadcasters Tom McCall Award, 1997

* Emerald Award from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 1999

54

Academic regalia (2 hoods, one from Drexel University).

55

Japanese kimono, possibly owned by Ginette DePreist.

56

Certificate commemorating flag flown in Marian Anderson’s honor on April 16, 1993 and the flag.

57

"DePreist #1" sweatshirt; woven placemat; leather satchel and two wallets.

58

Autograph page (matted) with drawing and autograph of Arthur Nikisch; autograph of Franz von Vecsey, circa 2006-2008.

104 6

Medals from Monaco and from American Classical Music Hall of Fame, 1982, 1998, undated.

104 8-9

Framed Johannes Brahms material (image, autograph, and name card), circa 1860-1897.

111 8

Clothing (three tunics, trousers, two cumberbunds, and pair of shoes), undated.

26-27

Conducting batons, undated.

129 1

XIX. Oversize.

A. Scores.

Description & Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by composer. Includes music for The Cosby Show, for which DePreist and the Oregon Symphony recorded the theme music for the 1988-1989 season, and a copy of Benjamin Lees’s Passacaglia for Orchestra, marked  "Commissioned for the National Symphony Orchestra, Antal Dorati, Music Director."

Box Folder

Copland, Aaron, The Heiress.

59 453-456

Cosby, Bill, Overture for Camille.

59 457

Cosby themes 1-6, Cosby Show ‘88 (arr. James DePreist).

59 458

Dzubay, David, Awakening, 1990.

59

Dzubay, David, Last Dance, 1999.

59
Various.
Contents

* Lees, Benjamin, Passacaglia for Orchestra

* Lees, Benjamin,  Symphony No. 4

* Ouellet, Gilles,  Souvenances

* Pierson, Tom,  Essex’s Journey

* Rands, Bernard,  Canzoni per Orchestra

* Tsontakis, George,  Overtura Vera (1988)

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B. Clippings, 1943-2002.

Description

Oversize articles about James DePreist (1964-2002) are followed by other oversize articles (1943-2002), whose subjects include Marian Anderson and Leonard Bernstein.

Box Folder

James DePreist, 1964-2002.

61 459

Leonard Bernstein, Marian Anderson, 1943-2002.

61 460

C. Correspondence.

Description

Includes greeting cards made by a young Sarah Chang.

Box Folder
Miscellaneous.
Contents

* Sarah Chang (homemade Christmas card and thank-you card and an envelope), undated

*  "Arnold" and Art Koski, with Shuttle  Atlantis souvenir, 1990

*  "Sue," with International Star Registry certificates, undated

62 461

D. Awards and Honors, 1983-1990.

Description

Large degrees, certificates, and citations.

Box Folder
Miscellaneous.
Contents

* Doctor of Fine Arts, University of Portland, 1983

* Board of Trustees, Lewis and Clark College, 1983

* Pioneer Award, University of Oregon, 1988

* Doctor of Humane Letters, Reed College, 1990

* James DePreist Week, 1990

* National Conference of Christians and Jews citation, undated

62 462
E. Miscellaneous.
Description

Primarily photographs and concert posters, also two cameras and a microphone.

Box

Handmade Announcement for the Jay Cooke Band [1950s]; Program book for 1997 Gala Concert for Peace and Harmony; Jostens Poster; Oversize Images of Marian Anderson.

62

Two photographs; 16 posters, 1986-1997; get-well card, 2002?.

63

Two cameras, microphone.

64
Drawer

Posters for performances in Barcelona (1998) and Carnegie Hall (undated).

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XX. Teaching.

Box Folder

Arizona State University: Contract for conducting seminar and orchestra masterclass, 2011.

74 8

Julliard: Contracts, correspondence, and paystubs, 2003-2012.

74 9

Julliard: Curriculum, course material, and evaluations, 2004-2011.

74 10

Julliard: Diversity notes and correspondence, 2006-2010.

74 11

Julliard: Event programs for centennial celebrations, 2005-2006.

75 1

Julliard: Event programs, 2007-2009.

74 12

Julliard: "Orchestra Repertoire, 1979-2007", 2007.

75 2

Julliard: Student work and grades [RESTRICTED], 2002-2006.

75 3-4

Julliard: Viewbooks and catalogs, 2005-2009.

75 5

XXI. Books relating to music.

Box Item

Avins, Styra. Johannes Brahms: Life and Letters. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

113 1

Boosey & Hawkes. John Adams., after 2008.

113 2

Daniels, David. Orchestral Music: A Handbook. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1996.

113 3

Danish Music Information Centre. Carl Nielsen, 1865-1931. Copenhagen: Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1999.

113 4

Durham, Thomas L. Beginning Tonal Dictation. Prospect Heights, Illinois: Waveland Press, Inc., 2004.

113 5

Emery, Walter. Bach's Ornaments. London: Novello and Co. Ltd., 1970.

113 6

Gottlieb, Jack, ed. Leonard Bernstein: A Complete Catalog of His Works. Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Company, LLC., 1998.

113 7

Jones, Victoria Garrett Marian Anderson: A Voice Uplifted. New York: Sterling, 2008.

113 8

Lewis, Andrew C. Rhythm: What It Is and How to Improve Your Sense of It. San Francisco: Eighseigh Press (inscribed to DePreist by author), 2005.

113 9

Mehegan, John Jazz Improvisation: Tonal and Rhythmic Principles. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1959.

113 10

Mehta, Zubin The Score of My Life. New York: Amadeus Press, 2009.

113 11

Meier, Gustav The Score , The Orchestra, and the Conductor. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.

113 12

Mordden, Ethan A Guide to Orchestral Music: The Handbook for Non-Musicians. New York: Oxford University Press, 1980.

113 13

Peinkofer, Karl and Fritz Tannigel. Handbook of Percussion Instruments. London: Schott (inscribed to DePriest), 1969.

113 14

Persichetti, Vincent. Twentieth Century Harmony: Creative Aspects and Practice. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1961.

113 15

Pincherle, Marc. Vivaldi. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1957.

113 16

Pro Nova Music. David Dzubay: Composer. Bloomington, IN: Pro Nova Music, undated.

113 17

Schachter, Carl. Unfoldings: Essays in Schenkerian Theory and Analysis. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.

113 18

Straub, Henriette and Truus de Leur, editors. Keep These Letters, Please! A Written Portrait of the Concertgebouw Orchestra. Amsterdam: Thoth Publishers (letter laid in, inscribed to DePreist), 1998.

113 19

Van Camp, Leonard. A Practical Guide for Performing, Teaching, and Singing the Brahms "Requiem". Lawson-Gould Music Publishers, Inc. (annotated), 2002.

113 20

Wagner, Richard. Wagner on Conducting. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1989.

113 21

Weingartner, Felix. On the Performance of Beethoven's Symphonies. New York: Edwin F. Kalmus, Inc., undated.

113 22

William Walton Trust. Walton: A Celebration. William Walton Trust, 2000.

113 23